Anyway you do the math, the SOHH Project is one pretty cool ride. The vehicle holds four people (plus a dog!) and cargo, and runs off solar and person power. It can go upwards of 14 mph and is street legal, which isn’t too terrible for around the neighborhood travel. The whole project was invisioned
Sue spoke with Lou Cross, Director of the North American Cartographic Information Society about NACIS membership and the MapGiving initiative. Click here to download the episode in MP3 format
Jesse and I are on the road covering the Game Education Summit, but I wanted to take a quick minute and post this video preview of Layar, an Augmented Reality browser for Android phones and the new iPhone, developed by SPRXmobile. Layar uses GPS, compass (available with Android and soon to be available with the
As part of our Tweet4Trees campaign to celebrate our fourth anniversary we put out a call to companies to help us plant trees. The first company to respond was Landmark Information Group which supplies environmental services, land and property search information, and geospatial data with offices in the UK and the Netherlands. We hope to
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 204 June 14, 2009 Main Topic: Our conversation with Mladen Stojic of ERDAS on ERDAS Labs Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
There has been tons of coverage of TomTom and Intermap’s foray into iPhonedom over the last week but I wanted to link to the videos highlighting the new tools. One hopes these techs will find their way to Android and others in the future.
Sue and I had a chance to Chris Sharpe of Holistic City about their CityCAD and Streetscape software solutions. That will be released later this month, but I wanted to highlight the deal they are running now for CityCAD’s first anniversary. When you sign up for a commercial subscription of CityCAD before June 30, you
The second question from our 4th anniversary contest is now accessible on the website. You can also get contest details and answer the first contest questions at the contest page.
I was browsing through some blog entries this evening, and saw a post from Inhabitat about the opening of the High Line Park in New York City, which is an urban park created from an abandoned elevated train line. I had not heard of this before today, but after looking at the photo gallery, this
Glympse is the next location sharing app to come to the surface. Though only available for Android at this time it looks like an interesting app…especially for the timer functionality. You can head to their website to get more information or watch their video.