We’ve already seen a number of ways to connect physical objects to the digital world, by attaching QR code stickers or assigning items a unique digital identity. Now Finnish app Grafetee aims to provide a platform to bookmark real-world locations for later reference and share them with friends. READ MORE…
Lego had gone digital!
Build, a collaborative project between Lego Australia and Google Chrome, fuses WebGL, the very latest in in-browser graphics, and Google Maps to allow users the chance to build, share and even renovate their very own digital Lego structures on a global platform.
It’s reported that the next rendition of iOS - iOS 6 - will be replacing the current Google Maps service with a maps app developed by Apple themselves. If this is accurate, it’s likely that the maps will use C3 Technology’s 3D mapping to give it an edge over the competition. These maps use high definition aerial imagery and assign every pixel a height value to display imagery that’s realistically three dimensional and very impressive.