In the post Atlas of Feelings I used Plotly in Jupyter Notebook to create a simple scatter map to show the locations of the entries. All I needed was a Mapbox access token.
Illustration by unknown artist Barton
Here I will keep an honest, transparent track of what and how I learn raspberry pi. Hopefully, I will also share some projects I do.
So why not playing Arcade games like Pac Man, Street Fighter or Tekken on your computer. Seriously why not? (perhaps you already have various answers for this but anyhow)
In Android Studio, all you need is to right click res folder & new & image assets. Here you can add your new logo. But wait which size your logo should be?
So today my biggest challenge was to get the information from a table in a URL. These informations will form the base of my online maps. However, I only managed to get merged data.
Here I will share simple tricks for iframe embedding to web pages.
Here is a journey of the feelings we had this weekend. It starts by feeling of being lost and ends with helplessness. We, however, predominately felt positive feelings by 82%. Check the journey (a map of the map) and the graph for our Atlas of Feelings.
Nowadays I'm trying various mapping applications both on desktop and Android. Currently, I'm trying to install an open source software (Ushahidi) but I have been failing. Many times. So being tired of failing I wanted to download, use, and create a very simple thing. Just to have fun. And just to restore my sinking motivation.
So I have found the AntiMap application.
An experiment to see how we connect through ideas
Illustration by James R. Eads
...By using sound we develop means to map both space and social relations with our own cognitive process. In order to refine these cognitive maps we introduce constraints such as activities, materials, durations and the physical dimensions of the surrounding build environment.