no more annoying tourists asking you for directions

Acrossair processes GPS data and information from an iPhone’s accelerometer - the component that measures the amount that a device is tilted.

It analyses the camera image then tells you which direction to go in to reach the nearest stations.

F*cking hell! :w00t:

It’s a cool concept eh. I’ve been waiting for this stuff to jump out of sci-fi books for years! It’s a great tech path, I can’t wait to see how it develops.

So is this app out yet?

That’s pretty cool.
I was sent this video earlier this year, it’s a bit boring to start with but it’s got some good ideas on wearable tech and interacting with it.

https://www.youtube.com/v/nZ-VjUKAsao&hl=en&fs=1&

its still in development… they say next few months

Ive had to deal with lots of tourists 2day :frowning: and there are still plenty coming into the restaurant :frowning:

Awesome app – let’s hope it works quicker than most GPS apps on the iPhone!

Loved the TED video – some superb ideas but I think most is a long way off unless we trade higher computing power for less operating time – I’m sure you can do everything they suggest, but you’d have to recharge your phone every hour . . !