Offline Guide, Visions of the Future and a Slightly Different Weather Display
Do you want to know which mixed odors your nose has to expect in big cities like London? How you can navigate offline? What are the visions of the NASA about our future? And of course you want to know, how the weather will be. Read our top 5, there is a link for everything.
Your Nose: a big data machine
We all know the situation if someone tells us “you smell good (or bad)”. But have you ever thought about the question how a city smells? This question is not answerable with good or bad. The smellymap tries to answer this question by sorting odors in categories and visualizing them on a map. The data for the categories emission, nature, animal, food and waste were captured from social media data. Check out London and other big cities and prepare your nose for the next big trip.
Travel guide online and offline
Traditional guidebooks are often incomplete and not up-to-date. Lonely-Planet managed to develop a guide for iOS and Android which is useable online and offline. The app comes with filtering, bookmarking navigations map and many other specials like your good old guidebook, just even better and lighter. We recommend for your next trip: The travel guide
Deep Insights is a new location intelligence tool from CartoDB. The technology enables visualization, dynamic filtering, and exploration of large location datasets at unprecedented scale. Furthermore the Nutiteq SDK enables online and offline maps, GIS data editing and 3D features, now with the technology of CartoDB. Check out both, Deep-Insights and Nutiteq, it’s worth it ...
What does the future look like? Imagine a travel to other planets would be as normal as a flight from London to Hamburg is nowadays. What do you expect, what you’ll see? The NASA created some Images of Ideas of imaginative travel destinations in the future. What’s your favorite destination?
The weather forecast for nerds
A method to check the weather for the next days? No problem, search for the keyword “weather” and you will find hundreds of results. A method to check the weather for the next days while you’re programming? Shouldn’t be a problem anymore, follow the link and see how it works. https://twitter.com/piouPiouM/status/700246269885808640