Posts Tagged ‘Mapping’

MapBox

MapBox

MapBox, a collection of open source tools for creating custom maps using Amazon’s Cloud Service.

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Zoomable Paper Map

map2

map2 – A pocket sized zoomable map of London designed to allow you to quickly find what you need without having to open and unfold unnecessary sections. Design by Anna Stauche.

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Who lives here?

Who lives here?

Who lives here? Who can afford to live here? Interactive map showing income and rent demographics by neighbourhood for New York City. Part of the Envisioning Development Toolkit.

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Sourcemap

Sourcemap

Ever wondered where the product you’ve just bought came from. Now you can find out with Sourcemap, an online collaboration tool for visualising supply chains behind everyday objects.

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The Visual Miscellaneum

Visual Miscellaneum

David McCandless’s ‘The Visual Miscellaneum – A Colorful Guide to the World’s Most Consequential Trivia‘ is out in the UK on February 4th 2010. You can get a visual taster on his ‘Information is Beautiful‘ site. Looking forward to getting a copy of this.

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Climate Change Map

Climate Change Map

Launched as part of the Science Museum’s ‘Prove it‘ climate change exhibition, this ‘Climate Change Map‘ shows the impact of a 4°C temperature rise, using peer-reviewed science data from the Met Office and other leading impact scientists.

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Connected: Worksnug, CycleStreets, Tiltshift

Worksnug

  • Worksnug – Augmented Reality app’ for the iPhone 3GS that connects mobile workers to the nearest and best places to work.
  • CycleStreets – Noted at the recent Cambridge Tech Demo Night, CycleStreets is a UK-wide bike journey planner. Currently in beta but looks very promising.
  • TiltShift Generator – ToyCamera release their fifth toy for the iPhone.
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Connected: Transit Layers, Book Covers, Reggae Unlimited

Google Maps Transit Layer

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Connected: FontExplorer X, Meggy Jr RGB, Trails

FontExplorer X

  • Linotype update their ‘FontExplorer X‘ font management tool with a pro and server version. They’re currently running a ‘£30 off’ offer on the pro version which holds until 28th February.
  • Meggy Jr RGB – DIY pixel scale handheld from Evil Mad Science.
  • Trails – Been looking for something like this for a while. GPS iPhone app that lets you record, import and export tracks in .GPX format. Download from the ITMS.
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Connected: Railway Maps, Motorway Map, Five Second Test

Seoul

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