Follow directions for the walk and see locations on an offline map with no internet connection required for this and other walking tours from Tom's Apps.
See photos of the murals and get more information on the street artists behind them.
See 14 locations from street and graffiti art artists including:
How and Nosm
Icy and Sot
Robots Will Kill
This app is 100% Banksy free.
Even if you're not in New York, take an armchair sightseeing tour using this as your travel guide.
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Make your way to downtown Albany. Open the "Albany: Then & Now" app on your mobile phone and click on the "View Map" button. On the map you’ll see red arrows which represent the more than 130 historical photographs in our collection. Each arrow shows where sometime in the past a photographer stood and took a picture of the city’s landscape. Most of the photographs are around 100 years old.
Using the map as a guide, walk to one of the marked locations. The center of the arrow indicates where the photographer stood. The direction of the arrow shows which way the photographer was facing. Do your best to stand in the same spot and face the same direction as the photographer did.
On the map, press the red arrow. Voilà! The image that you’re seeing is exactly what the photographer saw years ago while standing in the same location! For more details about the photograph, press the "Details" button.
Repeat! Walk to the different arrows on the map to view more photographs! Have fun!
- Up to date images from the National Center for Exploited & Missing Children regarding missing child cases
- Case details on missing children going back to the 1950s.
- The ability to report tips directly to authorities via multiple methods including images taken by the device camera.
The app launch coincides with the arrival of the 2012 Fireball Run: Northern Exposure in Schenectady, NY.
In June, 2012 Don Rittner walked into the Troy Web office with an idea. He wanted to create a mobile application to help locate missing children. From that idea the “Missing Children of New York” mobile app was born. The app is the result of Don’s vision and design, Troy Web’s volunteered technical expertise, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s missing children data. Its launch coincides with the arrival of the 2012 Fireball Run: Northern Exposure in Schenectady, NY. A special thanks also goes out to Gloria Coppola of the NYS Police Troop G - Major Crimes, Loudonville, NY.
The 2014 NYBPC will again feature regional competitions in New York’s 10 Regional Economic Development Council zones – Capital Region, Central New York, North Country, Mohawk Valley, Finger Lakes, Western New York, Southern Tier, Mid-Hudson, New York City, and Long Island. Regional partner colleges and universities will host semifinal competitions in their regions in early April. The top teams from each of the 10 regions will then advance to the final round of the statewide competition, where they will go head-to-head for the grand prize at CNSE’s Albany Nanotech Complex on April 25, 2014.
The lead organizing institutions have grown the NYBPC from a small, regional competition into a statewide competition with some of the largest awards and prizes of any student business competition in the world. The NYBPC is the only leading collegiate business competition that is a regionally coordinated, collaborative statewide program representing over 55 colleges and universities, which sets it apart from all other competitions in the nation.
Since 2010, over 570 student teams from almost 60 of New York’s colleges and universities have pitched their ideas and ventures at the NYBPC. The winners are selected each year by esteemed judges, including venture capitalists, angel investors, investment bankers, other sophisticated public and private investors, and seasoned entrepreneurs. At the end of the 2013 competition, more than $800,000 in cash and in-kind prizes have been awarded to student entrepreneurs in New York.