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Everywhere I’ve Been: Mapping 3 Years Worth of Location Tracking
Last Updated on Sunday, 18 March 2012 02:22 Written by Celframe Web Team Tuesday, 17 April 2012 07:43
Co-founder of Geoloqi Aaron Parecki is showing of the core services of this mobile platform for tracking and sharing location data, in the blog post “Everywhere I’ve Been” [geoloqi.com].
The resulting maps are generated entirely from 2.5 million unique GPS points (about 1 point per 2 to 6 seconds), which were tracked by his iPhone or Android phone for the past 3.5 years (resulting also in some interesting battery issues).
The trajectories and itineraries on the maps have been colored by year, in order to reveal how his physical footprint changes over time due to the different locations of his house.
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