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  1. This year with HOT -- Harry Wood


    from State of the Map Liked 57 1 0

    The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team has gone from strength to strength in 2014, continuing its work mapping for disaster response/distaster preparedness, and mapping the developing world. H.O.T. brings…

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    • The Bitches Tidal Rapid


      from Luke Edwards Liked 970 5 2

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      • Dymo Europe


        from Michal Migurski Liked 617 1 0

        Simulated annealing process for European city names, made with Dymo (https://github.com/migurski/Dymo).

      • GeoLocating PointClouds from photos using OSM at Mapzen


        from Patricio Gonzalez Vivo Liked 1,087 34 7

        The photos were take with a regular camera (red cones) and an iphone5 (green cones) to then be processed with VisualSfM to generate a bundler.rd.out and a dense reconstruction. All was load into…

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        • Open / Shared / Closed: The world of data


          from Open Data Institute Liked 2,340 6 2

          Data is changing our world for the better. It is improving the quality of life of billions of people everyday. It’s everything, from the excel spreadsheet you use in the office to the citizen…

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          • London in Fives


            from Derick Rethans Liked 549 3 0

            25 time lapse segments where each segment consists of 125 photos taken 5 seconds apart. This makes each segment 5 seconds long, and the whole video 125 seconds, or 3125 frames. The time lapses…

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            • HOT: Teyateyaneng


              from Derick Rethans Liked 180 2 0

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              • Gyr


                from Ralph Evins Liked 63 1 0

                A quick blast down the Gyr in a friendly level with ICCC, summer 2014.

              • Klontalsee timelapse


                from Ralph Evins Liked 30 1 0

              • No Place Like Home


                from Dominic Wilcox Liked 164K 762 25

                No Place Like Home shoes by Dominic Wilcox The world's first GPS shoes for navigating the wearer to their destination. 2012 www.dominicwilcox.com Film by Liam Saint-Pierre

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