Maptor is a device no bigger than a mini-torch, which contains a GPS-navigator, a map and a projector. Everything is more or less clear with the GPS-navigator and map, but the projector is the highlight of this device: you can display maps on a wall, asphalt, or even on your hand. The projector will help you see the map, zoom in or out and mark your location on the map. The gadget is equipped with a bulb and projects light on any flat surface a wall, a sidewalk, a palm.
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This system consists of three segments: the space segment, the control segment, and the user segment. The U. Air Force develops, maintains, and operates the space and control segments. GPS satellites provide service to civilian and military users. The civilian service is freely available to all users on a continuous, worldwide basis. The military service is available to U.
It tracks the GPS satellites, uploads updated navigational data, and maintains health and status of the satellite constellation. Learn more User Segment The user segment consists of the GPS receiver equipment, which receives the signals from the GPS satellites and uses the transmitted information to calculate the user's three-dimensional position and time.
Augmentations A variety of GPS augmentation systems and techniques are available to enhance system performance to meet specific user requirements. These improve signal availability, accuracy, and integrity, allowing even better performance than is possible using the basic GPS civilian service. Learn more Performance The outstanding performance of GPS over many years has earned the confidence of millions of civil users worldwide. It has proven its dependability in the past and promises to be of benefit to users, throughout the world, far into the future.
The second civil signal will improve the accuracy of the civilian service and support some safety-of-life applications. The third signal will further enhance civilian capability and is primarily designed for safety-of-life applications, such as aviation.
Satellite navigation device
You'll never have to unfold a map again. This handy portable map projector equipped with GPS makes getting lost a thing of the past. All you need is a surface to shine your map on. A friend's forehead would do. Not only do you not have to bother with tiresome unfolding of paper, you don't have to search for your location, thanks to the GPS function that points it out.
GPS Navigator Maptor
March 21, 0 Comments. The designers Jin-Sun Park and Seon-Keun Park have discovered Maptor, a projector of personal maps that is going to outdate the typical paper maps. By now, all the latest smartphones with an integrated GPS sensor possess the ability to access the maps. On this track, however, comes this interesting project.
Mobile map projector with GPS lights the way
Post a comment. The more complete information the map is, the higher chance that you will get confused especially when those complicated information are displayed in a tiny 3. If you are facing the similar constraint, now the new innovative solution, named as Maptor may able to close your gap. But what makes it more interesting here is those map and location data will be projected out as a huge screen display , either on the wall, floor or any flat surface for better visibility.