- High detail offline vector maps (Geometric LTD) with many points of interest, enriched with the hunting zones
- Display / track location and orientation along with compass on the map
- Search & find points of interest (MapQuest, OpenStreetMap) and routing features (MapQuest, OSRM) whenever online connection is available
- Display data from Flickr, Picasa, Wikipedia
- Display weather forecast data (OpenWeatherMap)
- Emergency phone numbers
- Choose between normal or hunting map
- Frequent updates depending on hunting periods
- Optimized for HD devices
Here’s how it works:
1. Contact us at www.ScavengerHuntAnywhere.com to discuss your event and obtain pricing. We will arrange the hunt with our industry-leading scavenger hunt content.
2. Your participants install the app on their smart phones.
3. On the event date, we launch the hunt and the participants have a great time.
Learn more at www.ScavengerHuntAnywhere.com
Thanks from the team at ScavHuntAny
● Street level A-Z map for the whole of the Greater London area.
● Colourful clear custom drawn geographically accurate mapping.
● Once installed no internet connection required, no data roaming charges.
● GPS location and tracking.
● Streets, Post codes, Places of interest, Museums and Galleries etc built into the application.
This clear colourful and high quality A-Z map covers the whole of the Greater London area down to street level. The familiar look of this map makes it by far the easiest London map to use. The map is drawn by real cartographers with the detailed care and human touch of emphasis that A-Z are famous for.
The map covers 3743 sq km (1445 sq miles) of London down to street level, the same area as the printed version of the Master Atlas of Greater London and extends beyond the Greater London and M25 area to Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Potters Bar, Waltham Cross, Epping, Brentwood, Thurrock, Stanford-le-Hope, Gravesend, Wrotham, Sevenoaks, Westerham, Oxted, Redhill, Reigate, Leatherhead, Great Bookham, Woking, Egham, Windsor, Slough, Chalfont Street Peter, Chorleywood and Bovingdon.
The map index contains over 300,000 entries with nearly 100,000 streets, over 200,000 postcodes, plus thousands of places of interest, hospitals and rail stations. All can be located on this high quality map within a few seconds using the search feature or by browsing the index.
With this map installed on your device there is never any need for an internet connection enabling you to access the map anywhere and at anytime.
You can use your device’s inbuilt location services to show your current location on the map or follow your movements as you travel.
Add this map to one of our “Zuti” route planner maps and you are well equipped to travel anywhere in the Greater London area.
♦ ANNOTATING THE MAP
You can now add places of interest, routes and even areas to the map. This is a very simple yet powerful feature that allows the user to quickly and easily customise their map. This is also a great benefit to anyone planning routes as it instantly displays the distance for the complete route. These annotations can be stored and retrieved instantly on the device.
Du 11 mars au 13 juin 2011
L’exposition réunit 50 œuvres maîtresses de Vélasquez, Giordano, Ribera, Moreelse, Ter Brugghen … prêtées par les plus grands musées d’Europe (Rijksmuseum - Amsterdam, Mauristhuis - La Haye, Louvre - Paris, Prado - Madrid, Alte Pinakothek - Munich). Sa force esthétique est amplifiée par la présence au cœur de l’exposition d’une installation de l’artiste vidéo Bill Viola.
Le propos de l’exposition : comment peindre la pensée et pourquoi ? Elle est par définition une activité de l’invisible. Et pourtant les portraits imaginaires des philosophes de l'Antiquité, mais aussi de saints, de mendiants, de savants, de poètes, sont comme des incarnations d’une pensée universelle. L’histoire nous a légué ce corpus d’images, témoignages concrets de l’effervescence spirituelle et philosophique qui caractérise le Siècle d’Or en Espagne, en Italie et aux Pays-Bas.
Parmi les temps forts de cette application, écoutez le point de vue des commissaires de l’exposition, découvrez l’origine des tableaux, plongez au cœur du Siècle d’Or et suivez le regard de nos philosophes contemporains porté pour l’occasion sur les œuvres.
❖ Download Global Treasure Apps for free
❖ Locate your nearest treasure hunt with GPS
❖ Follow the clues - rhymes, numbers, anagrams, jokes and facts
❖ Collect gold, silver or bronze treasure tokens and real-world rewards!
All of our treasure hunts have something to offer - a badge, a sticker or money off in the gift-shops and cafes - and always be on the look out for our chocolate coins!
The app currently features 16 hunts at attractions all across Scotland: Riverside Museum in Glasgow, Highland Safaris in Perthshire, Highland Wildlife Park near Aviemore, St Giles' Cathedral and many more in Edinburgh. New hunts will be added frequently.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Developed in consultation with top U.S. educators, History Hero brings history to life in a way that guidebooks and audio tours cannot. Kids of all ages – and their parents – take on interactive missions from the International Committee of Extraterrestrial Threats to save the world. History Hero injects excitement into family sightseeing outings by engaging young people of all ages in an entertaining and educational battle between the History Heroes and the Erasers – evil aliens who want to destroy our history to make us weaker as a planet and more vulnerable to attack.
This app is perfect for families with children looking for fun things to do while on vacation. It is also great for student trips. This one-of-a-kind, highly rated educational game provides an interactive tour of the most important sites in the most important cities in the world. Put this on the list of must-do activities with kids during your next family trip!
History Hero missions are designed for three age groups – ages 4- 7 (with an adult), 8-12 and teenage/adult.
Players choose a hero -- like Hunter Relik and Dane Jerr -- and embark on a mission to save history, defeat the Erasers and earn points by:
•Following clues to find the most important artifacts at the site;
•Answering interesting questions about the artifacts;
•Taking photos of the artifacts to preserve them for history;
•Learning age-appropriate, interesting facts about the artifacts which are recorded on a “secure hard drive” for preservation;
•Unlocking awesome celebrations by the History Heroes; and
•Winning the coveted History Hero Medal of Honor.
History Hero missions are available at the following sites in the United States and Europe:
Chicago, IL: Art Institute of Chicago and Field Museum of Natural History
London, England (UK): British Museum, Museum of Natural History, National Gallery, Tate Modern and Tower of London
Minneapolis, MN: Minneapolis Institute fo Arts (MIA)
New York, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met), Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and American Museum of Natural History (AMNH)
Paris, France: Fontainebleau Castle, Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, Sacre Coeur Basilica and Palace and Gardens of Versailles
Philadelphia, PA: National Constitution Center and Philadelphia Museum of Art
Rome, Italy: Colosseum, Pantheon, Roman Forum, St. Peter's Basilica and Vatican Museum
Washington, DC: Jefferson Memorial, Mall and Monuments, National Archives, National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Castle, Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian and Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Featured in The New York Times! Named Travel App of the Week by Today Show contributor Johnny Jet! Great reviews from educational and parenting blogs!
This version is the first in its class for the museum. All comments and suggestions regarding its improvement are welcome!
The Museum of Natural History team wishes you a pleasant visit, full of new information!
This new application is provided by the Société des Amis of the Museum of Natural History of Fribourg and was developed by Saphir Consulting.
“Apps by Place” makes it as simple as that to find local applications for you in the following categories:
Please note that questions are in English.
The geography trivia features a single player and a thrilling two player heads-up mode on the same phone.
- Sharpen your skills in the single player mode and reach the top of the high score list.
- In the heads-up mode you can challenge your friends on the same phone and see who knows the most about the geography of the world.
- Questions range from Eiffel Tower, Potala Palace, Amsterdam, Louvre Museum in Paris, Stonehenge in England to Grand Canyon in the United States, capitals of the world, countries and continents.
Earn points by uncovering the capsule hidden deep in Times Square, or finding the giant crying cartoon baby in Chelsea, you may even meet the most super human New Yorker in Union Sq. All this and more awaits you on your next scavenger tour.
You think you know what Times Square, Union Square, Chelsea and the West Village have in store for you? Think again! Scavenger Tour unlocks the hidden NYC.
Our team of local Scavengerists have spent years combing these areas to come up with the coolest, most intriguing and head scratching clues these neighborhoods have to offer.
Solve clues, earn points and discover the hidden world around you.
Why walk? When you can go SCAVENGER TOURING!