1. Introducing gipht.me

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    from gipht.me Added 7,250 5 0

    gipht.me is an innovative platform for exchanging interactive messages on mobile devices and across operating systems. These ‘giphts’ include virtual goods and highly interactive experiences for daily communication such as mini-games, mementos, coupons, greetings, offers, geo located objects, augmented reality items and jokes among thousands available in seasonal and themed categories. We provide ’giphts’ in a ready-made content format that you can fully personalize before sending. Essentially gipht.me is the perfect wrapping that enhances your messages

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    • Actionscript 3, Google Maps, and Geolocation Tutorial

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      from Cartoon Smart Added 1,976 5 0

      This tutorial will show you how to import a Google Map into your Actionscript 3 Flash project, with the usual zoom and pan map functionality and various view settings (hyprid, satellite). This tutorial also teaches how to include the geolocation code if your Flash swf or app were run on a device that supported GPS. (on the iPhone, the Geolocation works fine, you'll see the latitude and longitude updating, but Google Maps doesn't show) More Actionscript 3 tutorials can be found at http://www.cartoonsmart.com/mobile_actionscript3.php5 or cartoonsmart.com/​ultimate_actionscript3.php5

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      • A chat with the co-founder of Foursquare

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        from JD Lasica Added 420 4 0

        During the Where 2.0 conference on March 31, 2010, I grabbed Dennis Crowley, CEO and co-founder of Foursquare, after his eye-opening keynote talk. If you haven't heard of Foursquare, you will -- they're on track to hit a million registered users around May 1. People in their 20s and 30s obsess over checking in at various locations to win digital badges. Crowley says Foursquare is about "trying to make the real world more playful (and) trying to reward people for doing interesting things."

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        • Experimenta Design 09 | Bairro Alto Hotel

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          from nearinteraction Added 468 4 0

          Urban Fluxus is an interactive installation that shows the social and informational dynamics that cross the city of Lisbon. The interactive installation displayed in a window of the Bairro Alto Hotel Café / Bar, in the heart of the city of Lisbon, connected via mobile phone and the Internet, feeds from information generated by the dynamics of its inhabitants, its visitors, and the complex inter-connections that are created between people and their environment.

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          • Dalmo Cirne - Augmented Reality GEOlocation Math

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            from John Wilker Added 123 4 0

            Augmented reality combined with modern smartphones equipped with cameras, magnetometers, and the ability to display maps on the screen make a powerful tool that can be used in a plethora of different applications. Here we are going to explain how to build one such kind of application. We will learn how to put geolocation based annotations on the screen, taking into account where a device is, which direction it is pointing, and how far place marks of interest are from it–know as geolocation augmented reality. We will explore the math that goes behind such application, and also learn about a reference implementation for iOS.

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            • MapNav - Geolocation Toolkit for Unity

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              MapNav is a Geolocation Engine for Unity and a powerful tool to develop map-based mobile apps and games, including 2d/3d object geolocation and GPS navigation. Compatible and tested with Google Maps, Bing Maps and MapQuest (OpenStreetMaps). Get it now at http://recursivearts.com

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              • Episode 026: Hootsuite Tips and Tricks

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                This week we talk everything Hootsuite including some tips and tricks. Key News Stories: Early Proof That Geolocation Marketing Will Succeed, Seattle Storm Land Bing.com for Jersey Sponsorship, Indians Create a Blogger Pres row, NCAA announces 68 games, Olympic TV Network plans Dropped, Twitter Promoted tweets explained, and Facebook f8 Conference creates new opportunities for brands.

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                • Mapstraction - Mapping with Views on a Drupal Website

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                  from Archdiocese of Saint Louis Added 1,133 3 0

                  The Archdiocese of St. Louis uses the Mapstraction module (http://drupal.org/project/mapstraction) to create interactive maps with point markers containing parish, school and organization information on its website. This video explains how the view is set up so markers display with parish information inside.

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                  • New features in ActsAsSolrReloaded

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                    from Diego Carrion Added 1,009 3 0

                    Meet the new features in acts_as_solr_reloaded: dynamic_attributes, geolocation, relevance, highlighting and some migrations to make your life easier.

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                    • Geofiction Project - Starting Off...

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                      from Sebas van den Brink Added 556 3 3

                      This is the start of a new mapmaking project - one I intend to finish. This is merely a preview. I'll be making one more video, right up untill the finishing of this first portion. The skinny: Ankersfoort is based on cities found in the Netherlands - where I live. It's completely imaginary. There is a story behind it, an entire history - including one about the fictional country it's the capital of (Tatoningen -or, in english; Tatonia). I intend to go about this in A3 sized portions, extending the 1 million+ agglomoration with each new sheet. My goal is to make this the most detailed map of a fictional place. If I can implement the placement of roadsigns, I will. The geographical location of the city and the country behind it are the result of 'research' since I was six years old. Being completely addicted to maps and in particular city maps, I have been faced with the ever growing de-detailization (new word, there) of real, paper maps. This is a small protest against that. Great that Google Maps exists, but I feel for those who used to labour for months on the most intricate, most detailed of maps. This is a tribute aswell. Yes, it's made on the computer. But I'm not going to make it too easy on myself, now am I? :) Scale: 1 : 2000 Or: 5 centimeters = 100 meters Music: Chartreuse Cactus by I, Cactus Copyright © 2003 I, Cactus http://www.8bitpeoples.com

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