Wednesday, May 24, 2006

TrackStick GPS Data Logger

One of my favorite websites, ThinkGeek, is selling a nifty little GPS datalogger called the "TrackStick."

This small GPS gadget can easily be placed in a car, boat, land speeder, or just about any moving object and will record its own time, date, location, speed, direction and altitude. The recorded information can then be downloaded to your computer through the USB port and optionally integrated with Google Earth or Mapquest. This feature allows you to 'playback' the location points of the TrackStick and see a visual mapped history of its travels. There are no special software applications to buy and the raw data can be exported in RTF, XLS, HTML, or Google Earth KML formats.

via ThinkGeek