- Discovery Trials – Mill Road Cambridge
- Discovery: New project with Mill Road Cemetery in Cambridge
- GPS Accuracy repeated tests with and without internet access
- Accessing WordPress Blog Content from Other Applications
- GPS accuracy on Android phones
- GPS accuracy testing at 0 degrees East
- Improving GPS accuracy with EGNOS
- Field Trials at Coombs Quarry.
- 1st OTIH Field Trials
- Drupal Hack: Getting Pages and Images from Different Servers
Tag Archives: technology
During our visit to the GEES Learning and Teaching conference in Plymouth last week, we were introduced to some interesting new people and ideas. We discovered that there’s a fairly similar project to OTIH in Kingston – the MoRSE project … Continue reading
Live video over WiFi and HSDPA. Last Friday we tested several video streams from the Nexus One to the Open University using both WiFi and 3G/HSDPA. The streaming software Bambuser on the phone proved to be easy to use and … Continue reading
The new handset has been very busy this week, and despite some connectivity problems is proving to have a ‘handy set’ of tools.
Yesterday was our first chance to try out the project’s new Android phone, the Google Nexus One. In the box is a phone handset and battery, with a 4GB micro-SDHC card for storage, a mains charger, audio headset, neoprene slip-case, … Continue reading
The new Surface has arrived, and it’s a compelling experience. As you can see from the following pictures, people can’t keep their hands off it.