Figuring out the direction of the compass dashboard.
This application is when hiking, traveling haldae, when the fog kkieot helps to determine orientation.
Bains and magnetic fields of the north, south, east, and west compass application will be judged.
Ear plug is at the top of the screen displays the azimuth.
The Compass app, you can send your location.
My GPS location with friends, family, colleagues and acquaintances can be sent to a letter, e-mail, SNS, etc. to be shared.
Notify me when this application is located jangsoeul meeting, or forget the way, when notified of my location when an emergency situation, a child, when the position of the parents has to be curious, alert your location to friends, transmit, if you want to share, it would be useful.
The other party is able to receive the URL to the Google Maps map with a letter or e-mail.
You can also check your location with Google Maps installed.
Location information, such as your child is your child at ease transport, where characters and can be seen under the guidance url link by e-mail. You can share your location.
Emergencies when family, friends, relatives, and to send the location to his acquaintances.
Compass is easy to use; just use it like a real compass. Compass app is more than just showing degrees and north, south, east and west. I have designed Compass with user experience in mind, large numbers and easy to read design. Compass also allows you to set your directions by rotating the bezel for easier and professional navigation.
How to use?
First we’ll need to cover a little bit of compass jargon first. The part of Compass that moves and always points north is called the card (with N,S,E, and W indicated, and a beveled edge with a series of numbers on it). There is a movable ring around the edge of the compass, called the bezel. A red double line across the top of the compass is called the lubber line, and finally, there is a little window above the compass which is often named as side-window (as it is on the side of a real compass).
Side-window navigation couldn’t be simpler. You point the lubber line on top of your compass at where you want to go. Now as long as you hold your compass flat in front of you with the lubber line pointing in the direction you’re going, you should always see the same number in your window as long as you’re going the right way. If you see a different number, turn until you see the same number.
The downside of the side window method is that you need to remember your number.
Navigating with bezel works essentially the same as using the side window, but your bezel remembers your number for you. All you do is, point the lubber line on top of your compass at where you want to go, and then wait until the card settles down and stops moving. Then turn your bezel until the double triangle on the edge of the bezel (the notch right by the number zero on the bezel) is bracketing the north arrow on the card. Now as long as you hold your compass flat in front of you with the lubber line pointing in the direction you’re going, you should always see the north arrow inside the notch, as long as you’re going the right way. If not, turn until you see the north arrow inside the notch.
Notice that if you’ve adjusted the bezel correctly, the number in the side window is also the number directly across from you at the front end of the lubber line. In other words, if you turned the bezel counterclockwise until the notch bracketed the north arrow, the 120 on the bezel would be at the far end of the lubber line. Notice that on the card, the number showing in the side window is 120. If you were holding this compass and going in the direction of the lubber line, you’d be on a heading of 120.
Now you should have learned how to go to desired direction. But how do you get back? Easy! If you’re thinking in terms of the bezel, simply turn until the north arrow faces not to the notch, but to the single triangle that’s exactly across from the notch. Now you’re pointed back where you came.
The really tricky part of using your compass isn’t learning what the numbers mean and how to adjust the bezel. The most common mistakes are not holding your compass flat, and not actually going in the direction your lubber line is pointing.
Large iron and steel objects can influence the magnetic sensor in your Android device, causing it to point in the wrong direction. This is called deviation. If you suspect this is happening, simply move away from the object several feet and the problem should correct itself.
For the past decade, a devout team has been secretly battling the bricks and isolating their weaknesses, while the bricks have been relentlessly fighting back. During this covert battle, the team discovered that perhaps the bricks' greatest strength which makes them so ferocious is also the key to their downfall --- anger. If a brick is made angry, or even slightly frustrated, its complacency vanishes permanently! The brick actually ceases to experience any other human emotions!
This game, Angry Bricks, has been developed by the heroic team mentioned above as a last resort effort to enlist the common people to join our cause against the bricks. Sadly, Team Brickfluster, as they were formerly known, is now left in a shambles. However, the intel that they have provided us with, in conjunction with Angry Bricks, may just be enough to guide us to victory in this epic battle of the ages.
I must warn you, this game is not for the faint of heart, the slackers, or even the people who think 99% is good enough. It will require your complete dedication and attention. If this is not something you are prepared for then I urge you to look elsewhere.
You get a bumper, a ball, and some chill powerups. With these tools, and the ferocity of a mountain lion as it stalks an unsuspecting bighorn sheep, you will be victorious.
If at any point during this game you find yourself unable to contribute further, you may resign your post. It is only asked that you simply spread the word and raise Angry Brick awareness, so that we can recruit even more people in your place to join our cause against this great evil.
Time is running out. Be the mountain lion.
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