Bing Maps Street Side Imagery for London, UK

Today Bing Maps have released their first street side imagery outside of North America in our very own UK capital city London. This first release appears to cover the capitals major roads but lets hope there is lots more to come over the next few months. Below is an overview ...
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Free Charity Mapping Tool

With Microsoft Bing Maps’ latest Terms of Use which enable not for profit organisations to use Bing Maps free of charge, Earthware have been working with the Bing Team to develop a free mapping tool which enables not for profit organisations to create, customise and embed project or events maps ...
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Earthware – how we became famous…

Ok – so it It might be a slight over exaggeration to say that we are famous but we have been on TV. Or at least a piece of our work has! If you follow our The Technology Studio blog you may be familiar with our Kinect hack that turned a ...
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Earthware feature in this month’s Bing Maps newsletter

We were delighted that this month we featured in the Bing Maps newsletter for a blog article we wrote regarding relative performance of mapping APIs (see below). If you want to read our full blog article please click here. Cool If you can't see the contents of this email, click ...
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Puffersphere “Roving Eye” videos seen over half a million times

The two videos that we posted showing the “Roving Eye” that we developed using a Kinect and a PufferSphere have now been seen over 500,000 times on YouTube in less than three weeks. If you haven’t seen them yet, then here are the two videos. Giant eyeball following ...
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5 ways to make your web mapping fly!

Over the past four years here at Earthware we have encountered a number of performance challenges when creating mapping applications on the web. We thought it might be helpful to bring together the 5 most common issues we’ve encountered, both when helping other developers or in some of our ...
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