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GPS Watch Maps Wearer's Movement In Real-Time

GPS Watch Maps Wearer's Movement In Real-Time
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Japan-based electronics manufacturer Thanko has developed a watch that actively tracks the wearer's location, continuously syncing the information with an application powered by Google Earth.

Kyle Studstill
  • 5 november 2009

Japan-based electronics manufacturer Thanko has developed a watch that actively tracks the wearer’s location, continuously syncing the information with an application powered by Google Earth.

Thanko presents the watch as a way for hikers to map their paths along trails for future review. We can’t help but see a number of other interesting applications for city dwellers as well with the increasing number of real-space games and projects powered by location-based data, many of the same nature as the Wolves and Sheep project appearing at this years Ars Electronica Festival.

[via DVICE]

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