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This is a world clock using Virtual Earth for the world clock. It uses Silverlight and Virtual Earth through the VIEWS wrapper (also a codeplex project). Originally it was created as a simple, but flashy :) demo of Silverlight for global aware apps.
DeepEarth is an open source, standards oriented Silverlight mapping framework. It provides a rich framework for integrating and visualising spatial layers, services and data.
Project Description: GPS Tracker is using Windows Mobile 5.0 device (PDA) for collecting GPS data. PDA sends GPS coordinates using Web services to server and saves data to SQL Server 2005. GPS Data can be visualized as new layer on Virtual Earth. Application can be used for example for company car tracking.
A screen saver using Virtual Earth APIs which reads RSS feeds to show interesting Virtual Earth birdseye and satellite images from users with information about those images.
The project provides code for Microsoft Virtual Earth to cluster data and provide high performance for large data sets over the web.
This control provides a WPF interface for the Bing Maps 3D control, complete with data binding for camera control and WPF-based pushpins. All Win32 restrictions (air space control, no rotation or visual brush) are eliminated. Microsoft Surface and Win 7 Touch are also supported.
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