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Use mologogo with Google Earth (tracking with a phone on google Earth)

Dsc06132Remember our review of Mologogo? A DIY cheap GPS tracking service, you can get a cheap $60 pre-paid boost mobile phone, register on the site, download a Java app and you’re pretty much done. Well, more fun – you can now take your tracking and add them to Google Earth to fly around in 3D to see where you were with your phone. [via] Link.

10 thoughts on “Use mologogo with Google Earth (tracking with a phone on google Earth)

  1. Note that PSP drum machine I mentioned also works with 2.50 — without the loader, I think?

    PSP Rhythm 3.0

    Many people complained about having upgraded to firmware 2.60 already. I sure wish Sony would give up on this crazy crusade, because this clearly sells PSPs. And having seen the incredible homebrew software for Nintendo sound creation, it can really turn a game platform into a usable musical instrument in a way the commercial software never will (ElectroPlankton notwithstanding).

  2. Note that PSP drum machine I mentioned also works with 2.50 — without the loader, I think?

    PSP Rhythm 3.0

    Many people complained about having upgraded to firmware 2.60 already. I sure wish Sony would give up on this crazy crusade, because this clearly sells PSPs. And having seen the incredible homebrew software for Nintendo sound creation, it can really turn a game platform into a usable musical instrument in a way the commercial software never will (ElectroPlankton notwithstanding).

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