[Geowanking] geo games for wherecamp sf 2011
jeff at unterbahn.com
Thu Mar 10 14:00:56 PST 2011
perhaps with a theme -- at the hacker space I work from, we've been talking
about using sports field marking chalk to draw Google Maps-style icons,
lines, labels, and so forth on the real world, then balloon photograph it to
upload and stitch as overlays.
aerosol chalk comes in 12
we could break into teams, and read from a stylesheet to style our
On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 8:11 PM, Stewart Long <stewart at gonzoearth.com> wrote:
> It happened last year at Wherecamp, but we could have a grassroots mapping
> balloon mapping flight if there was enough interest.
> Stewart Long
> stewart at publiclaboratory.org
> On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 4:10 PM, Marc Pfister <MPfister at enplan.com> wrote:
>> Anselm Hook wrote:
>> > We could really use some help with choosing some geo games and
>> > activities for Friday at WhereCamp SF 2011. The hope is to encourage
>> > people to go outside and do locative activities in the real world
>> > (after a few days at Where 2.0).
>> This is really geo-jurassic, but the Bay Area Orienteering club has run
>> orienteering meets on the Stanford campus:
>> Since they have the maps, maybe they can be convinced to set up an easy
>> course for people to try.
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