Introducing the “Street Museum” smartphone app enhanced with VR contents to make your travels that much more memorable.
If you’ve never seen how far cats stray from home at night, then prepare to be just as shocked.
On 30 June, 2008 Yasushi Takahashi, or Yassan for short, quit his job and set out on a trek across Japan. He took with him a GPS logger to document the journey as he experienced the “Japan that [he knows] only in books.”
That might seem like a reckless choice for a man in his thirties, but as we can see, along with Japan he was also mapping out his future during this half-year travel. Yassan also recorded parts of the trip on video and uploaded it to YouTube in a video titled Tegami-Letter.
When I climb into the back of a taxi, I expect the driver to have some basic idea of how to get to any place I want to go, provided it’s not someone’s personal residence or a really obscure location. So, to see a driver dive for their maps or GPS can be a bit off-putting. It’s not nice to feel as though your driver isn’t sure of where they’re going.
In Shanghai, however, map technology is being implemented at a whole new level, operating with extreme efficiency and convenience. It’s quite literally the next generation of high tech taxis. Read More
I must admit I was really excited when I downloaded this app I was told would turn my iPhone into “a stud finder.” Much to my chagrin, rather than helping me put up my new shelves it introduced me to Katsuhiro, a dashing young man who works at my local bakery.
This app was released by Datacraft on February 9, and uses GPS to locate the stores near you which have hot guys working there. Called Ikemen Tenin MAP Sapporo (Map of Handsome Clerks in Sapporo), it’s designed for the working women who can’t find enough time to meet guys.