Thursday, May 12, 2005

Mobile users: Plot your bluetooth GPS on Google Maps

Blogspotter Gpswanderer has written some pretty tidy code that allows you to convert a GPS location to Google Maps on your mobile phone. Gpswanderer explains:

The demo app reads the current latitude / longitude position from a Bluetooth GPS device and converts the coordinates into an x,y map tile reference for Google Maps. After connecting to Google Maps over GPRS or 3G and retrieving the tile, it displays it on the screen.


Check out his post for more info...
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