The Best of 2011

As 2011 draws to a close it is worth reflecting on what, I think, has been a defining year for mapping and spatial analysis. Geographic data have become open, big, and widely available, leading to the production of new and interesting maps on an almo...


Time Travel Explorer London

I have recently purchased the slimline version of the Time Travel Explorer (TTX) London iPhone App. There are two versions available: the slimline version (cost £1.79) or the pro version cost (£5.49). The prices sit neatly either side of the Lonely...


ArcGIS for iPhone: Review

ESRI have just launched their ArcGIS for iPhone Application. I have tested it out and thought I would share a my first impressions. I conducted the test on my iPhone 3GS running software version 4.0.1 and with 1 to 3 bars of 3G signal. Overall I foun...


UCL Panoramic Pictures

To add to Oliver O’Brien’s “A Year at UCL” slideshow I have uploaded a couple of panoramic photos from visually impressive moments featuring¬† UCL’s Portico Building. As I take more pictures I will add them to this album...


AutoStitch iphone

Whilst it is not my intention to write a technology blog, I do want jamescheshire.co.uk to reflect some of my broader interests. For this reason I have devoted this post to the very impressive AutoStitch iphone application. AutoStitch was developed o...