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A Silverlight control that uses the Fotofly metadata library to show the people in a photo (using Windows Live Photo Gallery People metadata) and a map of the location (using Bing Maps Silverlight SDK).
Takes GPS Exif metadata from image files (or whatever) and creates a GeoRSS file suitable for import into Bing Maps. See http://trustedsignal.blogspot.com/2012/02/plotting-photo-location-data-with-bing.html.
A versatile tool that allows managing of metadata information in image files, taking advantage of that info to rotate, rename and do other operations to the files. It also combines XMP, IPTC and EXIF standards to provide a unified front of information.
This is a portable .NET class library which provides a set of tools that make it easy to access the Bing Maps REST services in .NET based apps. Take a look at the Getting Started documentation.The Bing Maps REST Services Toolkit is available as a NuGet package. If using Visual Studio, open the nuget package manager, select the Browse tab and search for "Bing Maps REST". This should reduce the list of results enough to find the "BingMapsRESTToolkit" package. The owner of the package is bingmaps and the author is Microsoft.
The Bing Maps Android SDK is a base project that can be used to help developers create mapping applications using Microsoft's Bing Maps. This is written in Java and built using the Bing Maps AJAX v7 control.
Robinson is a Django application that can be used as the underlying foundation for a project that stores references to JPEG files as model instances. Projects that make use of the files' EXIF metadata can benefit from Robinson's automatic import of EXIF metadata at the time the model is saved. Moreover, Robinson offers built-in geolocation utility methods as well as fully functional admin forms that make it trivial to geocode photos that are missing geolocation EXIF metadata. As of right now, th
This is a collection of over a hundred code samples for the Bing Maps V8 web control. These samples have been collected from a number of different sources. Some of these samples where created to assist developers on the Bing Maps forums while many others where created for the Bing Maps blog, MSDN documentation and interactive SDK.The experimental folder of this project contains code samples that are proof of concepts, hacks, workarounds, untested code or simply experiments. These samples are primarily for trying things outs and likely contain unsupported code which can break at any time. It is not recommended to use any of these code samples in production applications.
digiKam is an advanced digital photo management application for KDE, which makes importing and organizing digital photos a snap. The photos can be organized in albums which can be sorted chronologically, by directory layout or by custom collections. It provides support to add tag, comment to your images.
Geeqie is a lightweight image viewer. It was forked from GQview. The development is focused on features for photo collection maintenance: raw format, Exif/IPTC/XMP metadata and integration with programs like UFraw, ImageMagick, Gimp, gPhoto or ExifTo The current development can be found on Gitouris (https://gitorious.org/geeqie)
This project is designed to be a sample of how you can use Custom map tiles provided by CloudMade.com in the Bing Maps Windows Phone 7 Control. This give you the benefit of using one of the many thousands of pre created map styles at CloudMade.com or creating your own map style