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First Geotagging video camera

Posted in Digital Video by Conner Flynn on September 29th, 2008

First Geotagging video cameraHere’s the first geotagging video camera in the world from Geotate, an auto geotagging company and DXG Technology Corp. Both companies have teamed up to develop the geo-enabled video camera based on DXG’s DVH586 platform, running on the Yuma geotagging software. It’s aimed squarely at the “YouTube” generation.

The device makes it possible to share boring details of your travels with pinpoint accuracy, so that everyone knows exactly where you’ve been. Images are automatically tagged in milliseconds without running the battery down too much and you don’t even need for a phone signal.

Google Maps adds geotagged photos, Wiki’s and real estate

Posted in Google by Darrin Olson on May 15th, 2008

Google Maps has added geotagged photos, Wikipedia entries and real estate listings to the serviceThe folks at Google Maps have recently released a pretty cool upgrade to the mapping service incorporating geo-coded photos, entries from Wikipedia and even some real estate listings from local and national real estate companies.

The next time you use Google Maps to look up a location you will notice a ‘More’ button next to the ‘Street View’ and ‘Traffic’ buttons on the map. Click the ‘More’ and you’ll have a couple of options for both photos and Wikipedia. Selecting the Photos check box brings in small geotagged photos from Panoramio right onto the map. Checking the Wikipedia box, just as you would expect, brings up little “W” icons representing geotagged Wikipedia entries. Clicking on the Wikipedia entries then brings up an excerpt of the article and a link.