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The following videos show the movement of 881 iPhones in Europe in April 2011. Since we couldn’t decide on a color scheme, we published all three: High Resolution Screenshot High Resolution Screenshot High Resolution Screenshot So, what do you think?
Some iPhone Apps need to know the location of your iPhone, e.g. the camera, Google maps, Facebook Places, Foursquare, etc. “And that’s why the iPhones has GPS!” Well, basically: Yes – but GPS has some disadvantages: battery drain: GPS uses … Continue reading
Thanks to 700 iPhone logs we now have data on 2.1 million mobile phone network cells. Note 1: The colors indicate the density of surrounding network cells. They do not show the range of the cell towers. Note 2: The … Continue reading
250 iPhone Logs gave us locations of: – 660.000 cell tower CellLocation.7z (8,6 MB) – rapidshare – .tsv – 6 Mio. WiFi base stations WifiLocation.7z (89 MB) – rapidshare – .tsv License: OpenDatabase License (ODbL) We need more datasets from outside the … Continue reading
We used the datasets of 10 iPhones (300.000 entries) to create a few heatmaps. Berlin, Frankfurt, Ruhr, Germany