• ESRI
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  • Waze
  • Google
  • NAVTEQ

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The Burning Man Earth Project... Decoding the Desert

Burning Man Earth is a group project aimed at acquiring, disseminating and documenting Burning Man event
information. BME will attempt to archive the event “in amber” employing a banquet of various geo-
tagged media and information, from maps, photos and video, to exotics such as gigapan, GPS tracks, 3D
models, hi-res aerial photography and even soundscapes. It can further be employed as a framework to a geo-
referenced social network and participant planning tool.

Our latest project is employs the iPhone as an enchanced GPS to allow people in the desert the ability to access interactive geo data to expand the playa experience and create digital transparency among the citizens of Black Rock City.

Tom Longson

The OpenView Project

Tom Longson (nym) is a programmer, designer, and artist who cuts through the fog of the modern age in his effort to make software fun and functional. His work in Javascript and Flex both push technology and the way we use it.