Category Archives: GPS navigation

Open Location Services

Its intersting to note that the geospatial community’s main standards promoting body , whilst having a suite of open location service interfaces, seems not be as dynamic in this areas as in some others. Is this because the market is … Continue reading

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Jen Southern – Running Stitch

I’m working on a new piece for FutureSonic with Jen that explores collaborative Mapping. Features an iPhone app that is development. In the meantime read about running stitch… Running Stitch is a 5m x 5m tapestry map, created live … Continue reading

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daniel belasco rogers

I’ve always like the way that GPS trails lay down a sort of social history – a trace of human activity. Google maps show everything. Warts and all. As Rogers traces his way around cities it develops highly peculiar … Continue reading

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The Silence Project

This was a fascinating GPS / Audio project I worked on with Dr. Elisa Giaccardi at Boulder. httpv:// Silence of the Lands enables participants to map and annotate the soundscape of urban and natural environments. Participants can record and … Continue reading

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Great War Digital

This is quite interesting but limited to a specific historical frame: The Great War 1914-1918. It uses Windows Mobile and more specifically Memory Map to download specifc maps.

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