I came across an interesting demo video on YouTube today for a web-based analytics tool named Bime. While I haven’t had a chance to sit down and delve into the web app it seems to offer quite a few geo friendly tools including recognizing geographic data and the ability to create visualizations for both exploring
As I mentioned recently on the podcast I plan to attend the North Carolina GIS Conference on February 17 & 18th and I will definitely be at the Academic Assembly on Feb 16th. With that in mind if you woud like to have a chat while I am on site about a project you are
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 290 February 6, 2011 Main Topic: Our conversation on geospatial development tools Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
I know this has already made its blog rounds, but after using it as a PSA in class this week I just wanted to share it again. Just remember, while your in car navigation system is a wonderful thing…it doesn’t actually think, just a lot of math.
Today a couple of education and information materials came to my attention from Esri. The first is the third volume of the Essays on Geography and GIS, a volume of collected articles. This time around the Table of Contents look a little like this: What Is GIS? Geospatial Responses to Disasters: The Role of Cyberspace
Treehugger has a an article that demonstrates the nexus of spatial technology, visualization, art, and travel. It was an interactive art piece crated by artist Alexander Chen turning the New York City’s MTA subway schedule virtual string instrument. In a more literal interpretation of virtual music, Wesleyan University hosts the World’s Virtual Music Museum which