In case you missed this episode of Minute Earth when it first made the rounds last week.
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 405 April 21, 2013 Main Topic: Digging for old(ish) sites. Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
There is a wealth of ways to get imagery today from buying or downloading satellite imagery to hiring a company to fly your project, but it is the low cost, low effort DIY imagery that is the most exciting and fun. The picture to the right is one of many that is available from Flickr,
So, I put my decision to the community and I think I have to disagree with the majority. Of the 65 responses the breakout was: 8 votes for 13″ MacBook Pro (12%) 18 votes for 15″ MacBook Pro (28%) 24 votes for a Surface Pro (37%) 11 votes for Lenovo Yoga 13 (17%) 4 votes
In a day I thought would focus on new sensors (LDCM) I end up thinking about old sensors and the piles of hard copy historic aerial photos that are going unutilized in our digital lives (insert standard reference to Peter Morville’s Ambient Findability here). Head over to check out what looks to be a great
As you might imagine from our previous conversations on the podcast, we are just a little excited about the LDCM. NASA/USGS have released the first scene from the new sensor focusing on the Fort Collins area. Head over the NASA site to take a look at the scene and associated information. Hopefully we will hear
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 400 March 17, 2013 Main Topic: Losing the G and disconnecting the IS Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
In a time when we have become jaded by something as awe inspiring as the time, technology, and $$$ behind creating 3D city models, it is nice to see something that reminds us how cool and realistic imagery and models can be. The above video was made using Nokia’s Here Maps as a personal project
The folks who brought us the awesome web video series MinutePhysics have released the first episode of MinuteEarth. I am super excited about the potential for the series based on the great content they have put together previously for MinutePhysics, including some great geospatial relevant topics.
Question 4: No more submissions accepted at this time. You can answer each question only once, and all entries must be in by 11:59 PM EST March 12, 2013. Head over to the contest page for the details and the other questions.