1998 GMC Jimmy
Still an install that I can't quit adding to - but here's where I am..
Comments are welcome!
Side note: Just moved off the 'egg' from the Lilliput - wired directly to the computer's power supply, and all audio noise / video problems are gone! Thanks for the tip guys!
yo how do u get thoes real time satellite piture?! i want to have that! very nice set up fill me in on the navigational system image
It's called USAPhotoMaps by Doug Cox. I downloaded most of the area I'm usually driving in so it'll have the data ready.
His site is: http://jdmcox.com/
I also wrote a script to pull individual SSID data from Netstumbler logs and map all points on the map (and level) that the unit in question was picked up.
(I work for a wireless Internet company, so kind of something I threw together for my own testing purposes) :)
USAPhotoMaps downloads aerial photo and topo map data from Microsoft's free TerraServer Web site, saves it on your hard drive, and creates seamless maps. You can:
Scroll and zoom
See the latitude/longitude
Add waypoints, routes, and text
Jump to any waypoint or latitude/longitude in the U.S.A.
Transfer waypoints, tracks, and routes to and from most GPS receivers
See your GPS location
And much more.
very sweet!! yea how do u map the wireless networks to a position on the map? and where did you get the cool looking sat imagery?!
guess u already answered that...cool!!
Very nice. Is that a Sony HU?
btw I like your new nighttime skin...
One is a perl script I wrote to add the points (by unit) to the map. I've added anything < 11mb connect to be posted on the map as red now, but I'm still 'tweaking' it. If you're just looking to map the best/strongest locations of each network - NetStumber2USA It'll take your summary output from NetSumbler and map it for you. My script takes the FULL file (usually megs of data) and pulls out the search SSID. I actually show maps of each on the site.
As for the head unit - yep that's a Sony. Picked it up because I needed the sub outputs and it has like 7 colors the face can be changed to. (I liked the first part, wife liked the second) :lol:
I've had a Sony unit in my GT-37 for years, and it's still working great - so I went with 'em again. Their Xplode speakers & amps didn't seem overly impressive, but I like the head units.