http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MIX/MIX11/EXT04 It’s pretty obvious by now that geolocation is a heavy player in the next wave of applications and APIs. Now is the time to learn how to take advantage of this information and add context to your own applications. In this session we’ll look at geolocation at every layer of the stack – from open protocols to operating system APIs, from the browser to Windows Phone 7. Building a compelling geo-enabled experience takes more than simple coordinates. In this session we will introduce the basics of determining a user’s location and then delve into how to make geo data a useful addition to your application instead of a bolt-on “me too”.
Tatham on Twitter Where’s Tatham? http://tath.am/where (source code) W3C Geolocation API http://dev.w3.org/geo/api/spec-source.html IETF Geographic Location/Privacy http://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/geopriv/charter/ Ryan Sarver http://sarver.org/
Directions Magazine, the first regularly published online magazine covering geospatial technology.
In this week’s Design Podcast, I sit down with Jim Kalbach, designer, instructor, and author of Mapping Experiences. We talk about the relationship between design and design thinking, how to get started with mapping experiences, and the notion of shared value as a strategic competitive advantage.
Original video: https://www.oreilly.com/ideas/jim-kalbach-on-mapping-experiences
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This week Fraser and Federico really explore the space looking at Mind Mapping tools on iOS.
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Links and Show Notes As promised in Canvas 35 (Outlining), mind mapping is the other side of that coin. In this episode Federico talks us through some of the mind mapping tools that he uses when building his famous iOS review articles.
MindNode – Delightful Mind Mapping
MindMeister (Mind Mapping)
Mindscope - the Mind Mapping Outliner
MacStories Mindscope Review
This episode is published on relay.fm, which is not affiliated with Supertop. It was shared using Castro, a podcast app for iPhone.
#2: Eric Hodgson on spatial perception, redirected walking & the split between Old VR vs. New VR | Voices of VR Podcast
Original video: https://voicesofvr.com/episode-2-eric-hodgson-on-spatial-perception-redirected-walking-the-split-between-old-vr-vs-new-vr/
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Five ways of mapping the world. One story about people who make maps the traditional way â by drawing things we can see. And other stories about people who map the world using smell, sound, touch, and taste. The world redrawn by the five senses.
Original video: https://www.gdcvault.com/play/1025736/Environment-Design-as-Spatial-Cinematography
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From Man, Economy, and State, narrated by Jeff Riggenbach.