Make pictures with a GPS – GPS Visualizer

Make pictures with a GPS – GPS Visualizer

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Michiel writes – GPS Visualizer allows you to upload from GPX, OziExplorer, Geocaching.com (.loc), IGC sailplane logs, Garmin Forerunner (.xml/.hst), Timex Trainer (v1.3+), Cetus GPS, PathAway, cotoGPS, CompeGPS, TomTom (.pgl), IGN Rando (.rdn), Emtac Trine, Suunto X9/X9i (.sdf), NetStumbler/WiFiFoFum, and of course tab-delimited or comma-separated text. (phew) The outputs are GPS SVG, JPEG/PNG, and Google Maps format, and can also create map overlays and KML/KMZ files for Google Earth. I’ve converted 2 years of GPS data to KMZ and put it in a Google Earth overlay… its depressing to see that even with all my travels I’ve seen a pitiful amount of this planet. Also it’s really neat.”Link.

Related:

  • HOW TO – GPS enabled trail maps – Link.
  • Tons of GPS projects – Link.
  • THE WORLD AS YOUR CANVAS Use GPS to create giant-sized works of art by Julie Polito – Link.
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