"Rough n' ready feasibility testing of Autodesk Design Review's GPS [Global Positioning System] mode, out in the field. Hardware used was a consumer level netbook & GPS device with installation of Autodesk Design Review 2010. Transport was by bicycle!
Window of opportunity for gathering accurate GPS tracking was missed. Full tree foliage could cause inaccurate readings. However, tracking was surprisingly good given the conditions. A more polished follow-up video may be uploaded in future - intent being more accurate tracking synchronized with route video. This depends on improved netbook & camera mounts to the bicycle transport."
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The video was created by one of our customers, Trevor Gallyot. Thank you, Trevor.
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Nice! Nice tune too? Please let me know who plays the Jazz?
Posted by: Michael | May 11, 2009 at 03:11 AM
Posted by: Eric | May 12, 2009 at 12:55 AM
My bicycle is also fitted with a Hammond Organ....
But on this occasion I used a YouTube replacement soundtrack. Artist - "Benny Hawes". Track - "King".
Posted by: TrevG | May 12, 2009 at 01:39 AM