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FreeRunner mapping & GIS; some screenshots

Jul 08, 2008 by Joseph Reeves

All the "news" provided in this post is available elsewhere. I am, however, keen to help disseminate it as far and as wide as possible, not least because I am particularly excited about the potentials of such work; more than anything, these screen shots show the potential of the FreeRunner to Archaeology and related disciplines.

TangoGPS

TangoGPS now displays more background imagery in addition to the OpenStreetMap.org data it displays by default; free aerial photographs from OpenAerialMap.org and relief data from Maps-For-Free.com. Looks great:



GvSIG Mobile

GvSIG Mobile will now display shape files and OpenStreetMap data on the FreeRunner:





Check out the project pages for both; development is rapid and exciting.



Comments:

Any place with a video demonstration?

Posted by 10.0.10.5 on July 08, 2008 at 12:42 PM BST #

The only video I have is an early look at GvSIG mobile:

http://blogs.thehumanjourney.net/finds/entry/20080625

It's running on a Windows machine, but being java based we're expecting that it should work the same on the Openmoko platform. If there's something you'd like to see, please visit the relevant project's website and post a comment asking; I'm sure there's plenty of others who would like to see these things working :)

Posted by Joseph on July 08, 2008 at 12:54 PM BST #

another one:

http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php/Rana

based on pyroute which can do things like sketching on the map with touchscreen and exporting that as GPX

Posted by 10.0.10.5 on July 09, 2008 at 08:53 AM BST #

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