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  1. I am working on paper/presentation that deals with the historical evolution of computer mapping technologies in film and TV. Specifically, I am interested in examples from classic films of early precursors to map related technologies that are now common. For example, early police shows have crime locations marked as pins on a map, today there are electronic maps with a multitude of different information associated with each point. Another example would be the James Bond film Goldfinger which has a back-lit, moving map in 007’s Aston Martin which is very similar to most in-car GPS devices. I w
  2. Sorry about the empte thred below. I am new to this Message Board and havn't gotten the hang of it yet. I am working on paper/presentation that deals with the historical evolution of computer mapping technologies in film and TV. Specifically, I am interested in examples from classic films of early precursors to map related technologies that are now common. For example, early police shows have crime locations marked as pins on a map, today there are electronic maps with a multitude of different information associated with each point. Another example would be the James Bond film Goldfing
  3. I am working on paper/presentation that deals with the historical evolution of computer mapping technologies in film and TV. Specifically, I am interested in examples from classic films of early precursors to map related technologies that are now common. For example, early police shows have crime locations marked as pins on a map, today there are electronic maps with a multitude of different information associated with each point. Another example would be the James Bond film Goldfinger which has a back-lit, moving map in 007’s Aston Martin which is very similar to most in-car GPS devices. I w
  4. {font:Times New Roman} {font}{color:black}{font:Times New Roman} {color:black}Greetings: I am working on paper/presentation that deals with the historical evolution of computer mapping technologies in film and TV. Specifically, I am interested in examples from classic films of early precursors to map related technologies that are now common. For example, early police shows have crime locations marked as pins on a map, today there are electronic maps with a multitude of different information associated with each point. Another example would be the James Bond film Goldfinger which has a
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