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 On the Fly Map calibration with Noni GPS or other?
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Posted - 24 juil. 2008 :  15:25:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello all,
I have used GPSDash in the past, and the function that I liked the most was to be able to calibrate a map directly from my PDA. For example, if I went hiking in the park, I could use the camera on my PDA to take a picture of the park map at the entrance, then during my hike, I would calibrate the map using known points (bridges, "You are here" points, etc). This allowed me to use a map without preparing in advance. GPS Dash doesn't seem to work with Windows Mobile 6.1, so I'm currently using a combination of Noni GPS and GPS Scout. I'm loving Noni, and I see that I can use JPG files as maps, but calibration can only be done using the corners of the map, not arbitrary points. Are there any tools to calibrate the map directly on the PDA, or other software that would provide similar functionality? I've tried GPS Tuner, but it's just too RAM hungry for my PDA (HTC Titan).




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Posted - 30 mars 2009 :  12:36:55  Show Profile  Visit gpspassion's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Stumbled into this topic by accident. Well with the latest version of NoniGPSPlot, v2.80, you can download maps live from the internet, so I guess that qualifies as "on the fly calibration" ;-)

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Posted - 08 mai 2009 :  13:19:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
downloading maps is great feature, but I can't figure out how to save them so I can use them off line while hiking. Any Ideas???

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Posted - 21 août 2012 :  11:10:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The information is very interesting. It is new knowledge for me.

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