G800R 4.3-Inch GPS with 3D Photo Mapping only £179.97 - HotUKDeals
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Product Features


· The world''s first GPS to navigate using real-life digital 3D photographs (selected areas only)
· 4.3-inch touch screen display for clear and easy use with 10 fps video quality speed
· Built-in Bluetooth® for hands free mobile calls plus FM transmitter to receive navigation instructions over your car stereo
· Preloaded with photo mapping and safety camera alerts for UK and Ireland
· Full 7-digit postcode search, with thousands of POIs

Be one of the first to navigate with 3D real life picture images instead of traditional colourful mapping. Ndrive lets you see your destination before you set off and makes it impossible to miss your turning when you can see exactly what it looks like! Full Bluetooth® capability enables safe hands free calling and for even clearer directions you can broadcast them through your in-car FM radio. Video quality speeds provide seamless navigation making jerky screens a thing of the past. The G800 is very slim and stylish with a tactile rubberised casing which will sit comfortably on your windscreen.

Technical Specification
Towns/Cities covered with photo-mapping:
Aberdeen
Barnsley
Belfast
Birmingham
Blackpool
Bristol
Burnley
Cardiff
Coventry
Derby
Dundee
Edinburgh
Glasgow
Hull
Leeds
Leicester
Liverpool
London
Luton
Newcastle
Norwich
Nottingham
Plymouth
Preston
Reading
Sheffield
Stoke
Swansea
Wigan
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#1
Reviews here: http://www.otest.co.uk/p/ndrive-tests/g800r-reviews.html
Rating: Average
After the initial excitement over the Photo Mapping, PDA Essentials decided that the G800R wasn't that much of an all-round performer. Features were fairly limited and for all its wow factor, the magazine had to admit that the photo-realistic maps could be a it distracting while driving. A good proof-of-concept, but for now at least, road users may be better off sticking to more tried and tested PNDs.
#2
You'll no doubt be able to get this as a hacked software and put on a SD-card enabled GPS soon.

I know that ain't in the true spirit of the forum of paying for things albeit cheap. But this software is the future for me!
#3
The shape is to clone TomTom which I cannot see as being good.

I would guess you could create this feature fairly easily using online aerial photos to create maps.

Years ago we wanted a map of the entire UK and wrote code to download the entire thing from Streetmap, only directly referencing the maps to download but generating requests automatically to receive the entire UK.

Their server unfortunately was not quite up to this - and it effectively brought the server down acting as a DOS attack.

We then rewrote the code with a little delay between requests - and got the entire map over the week running it only at nights.

The same could be done to get the aerial map - although i noticed the scale varies with the population generally, and i don't see Google or Live maps being capable of being brought down accidentally from a standard broadband line rather than a distributed attack.

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