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2012-11-22 18:30:23
From: The
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The geo data of the iPhones are quite accurate, but I only know the lontoiacs at specific points in time. So for example I know the accurate position of an iPhone at 12:03 and at 14:27 but I have no clue, how this iPhone had moved in the meantime.So my estimation is that an iPhone moves from the last known location at an average speed of 30km/h in all possible directions. It’s like a diffusion process. That’s why the estimated location becomes more and more blurry and the light fades away.And vice versa: If I know, that an iPhone will appear in one hour at a specific location, it should be somewhere nearby now – in a blur with a radius of 30km. (30km in 1 hour = 30km/h)And that’s why the image becomes blurry during the night. Most iPhones are not moving in the night; therefore they do not collect data; their positions are vaguer and the lights dissolve.
2010-08-29 7:3:13
From: Stu
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Magnificent! A work of art. You are the luckiest man in the world!!