MapCalibrator - FREE
by Martin Ohlin, Version: 1.1.0 , 63 KB
Package name: com.Martin.MapCalibrator , Last Update: 2012-04-02 04:08:35
25 ratings (3.600 average)
What's new in this version (1.1.0):
Experimental support for loading high resolution images without down sampling them.
Memory is handled better when reloading a map, which should remove a bug where the image was loaded in degraded resolution the second time it was loaded.
Corrected a bug which made the image become too much degraded if down sampling was needed due to memory constraints set by the system.
Single click in the map list is now enough to load a map.
MapCalibrator calibrates custom maps to the real world using gps positions. It allows you to see your position on top of high quality custom maps.
Maps can be either PNG files (recommended) or JPEG files. It is also possible to use the devices built in camera to take a picture of a map, e.g., when standing in front of an information board.
A map can be calibrated either while walking around in the area covered by it, or beforehand if the gps coordinates are already known. Added reference points are automatically saved and can be used the next time the same map is loaded.
MapCalibrator now contains support for loading (really) high resolution images without down sampling them. This support must be enabled in the preferences and is only available on devices running Android 2.3.3 and higher. At the moment it only works for .jpg and .png images.
If you have any problems with the app, please contact me at MapCalibrator@gmail.com instead of posting things in the comments. It is very hard for me to solve problems if I don't get enough data to reproduce them.
Last comments from Android Market
Seemed to be able to put my position on a screen, but whenever I left the program and came back it made me reprogram coordinates. Poor. Galaxy
Works like a charm.