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June 11, 2008

My screen is too small

devadutta @ 9:46 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1213220764 ) Play

Few guys claimed to have done 1 using 2. It turned out to be a hoax. 3 does something similar to 1 for real as in 4 using something similar to 2.
What is 4 called as? How is it done?

1. 2.

3. 4.

Hint:

Cracked by: akhi , Dibyo , shashank , varuns88 , Tathagata Chatterjee , udupendra , manubhardwaj , yaksha.

Answer:

Position Art by Stavros – using his GPS enabled Nokia N82. Quoting udupendra.


8 Responses to “My screen is too small”

  1. akhi
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    1.The “biggest” picture in the world,A hoax, apparently.
    2.GPS tracker
    3.
    4.GPS drawing ?


  2. Dibyo
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    GPS-based drawings/art. Essentially, using GPS recievers to make ‘art’.


  3. 1. The biggest drawing ever created by tracking a shipment using gps(2)
    3. Starvos
    4. Giant Footsteps of Stavros

    Giant Footsteps of Stavros is an example of position art, which is a mapping of the gps coordinates as the “artist” moves around.


  4. varuns88
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    1.The Biggest Drawing In The World, which Erik Nordenankar claimed to have drawn, by sending 2,a GPS device in a briefcase around the globe with the help from DHL.He later admitted that it was a big lie.

    3.Stavros,created 4, The Greatest Work Of Art Ever, a Position Art, by using a GPS-enabled Nokia N82.


  5. Tathagata Chatterjee
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    4)is called GPS Drawing or GPS Art.
    GPS operates on the principle of triangulation,tracks of a long journey can be automatically recorded in the GPS receiver\’s memory and can be downloaded later in a PC as a reference for drawing/sketching.

    Regards,
    Tathagata Chatterjee


  6. udupendra
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    Position Art by Stavros – using his GPS enabled Nokia N82.


  7. manubhardwaj

    The World Is My Canvas – done by driving around with a GPS and then throwing the map onto Google Maps.


  8. yaksha
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    1>a virtual self-portrait of the artist that spread over 6 continents and 62 countries covering nearly 70,000 miles.
    2>gps device in a brief case
    3>Antti Laitinen
    4>GPS drawing using a gps


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