Juan Guillermo Jordán (from the LISITT R&D group, Instituto Robotica, Universitat de Valencia, who is also doing some other nice things) is responsible for the GPS capabilities of gvSIG Mobile. They have been partially included in this unofficial version. The library gvSIG Mobile formerly used to access GPS data was called libGPS (based on the … Continue reading
Timeline: 5 BC. A great Roman theatre is built in Carthago Nova (today Cartagena, in Southern Spain), one of the largest in Hispania. 5th century. Hispania becomes a Visigothic kingdom. Many Roman theatres are eventually abandoned and forgotten. Across the Middle Ages, houses are built on top of the ruins of the Cartagena Roman theatre. … Continue reading
… Get installer for Freerunner-Openmoko from Joseph Reeves’ page at opkg.org. More details and screenshots can be seen in his blog. Get installer for Nokia-Maemo from my page at garage.maemo.org Version 0.1.3 in action. Microsoft street map + GPS: New features: Client side tiled access to ArcIMS servers. Support for Microsoft Live Maps layer. The … Continue reading
Downtown Berlin (Germany) on Microsoft Live Maps: Japan elevation map (from an ArcIMS server) plus a shapefile: These features will be available soon.
Maemo .deb installer now available here, tested on Nokia N810:
Special thanks to Evgeniy Ginzburg for the Russian and Hebrew translations. … Happy Easter/Passover!
Unofficial gvSIG Mobile for Openmoko v. 0.1.2 has been released today. The main new feature consists in storing waypoints in a local Sqlite database with easily customizable form to set attribute values. Waypoints are then immediately visible on the map. Watch a video and read details here. Red points are being stored and immediately painted: … Continue reading