As promised, here are the slides. Missing the videos, obviously, those are huge.
DataThe apps I show used a variety of free data sets. Here they are.
- NASA Blue Marble, next generation for background imagery.
- Natural Earth Data for political boundaries, populated places, and water.
- OpenStreetMap for map tiles.
- United Nations Environment Programme for data used in WhirlyGraph.
As I mention in the talk, I can't show much of my work; my users can be secretive. Of those users who are not, here is a sampling of interesting apps and a few of my test apps.
- Live Globe - A pretty geography app with linkages.
- Economist, World in Figures - An impressive idea.
- Tremor Tracker - A really cute iPad app showing recent earthquakes.
- WhirlyGraph - A goofy little data display app.
- WhirlyGlobe (the app) - Just my test app published to the app store.
- Xweather - Shows recent extreme weather events