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Internet of Things

This Tool Shows Exposed Cameras Around Your Neighbourhood

Through a novel marrying of different tools, Kamerka can take an address, landmark, or coordinates and display exposed internet connected cameras on a map.
Joseph Cox
11.5.18
Moveable

MIT Invented a Tool That Allows Driverless Cars to Navigate Rural Roads Without a Map

Mapping rural areas is a barrier to autonomous vehicles operating in those areas, but cars might not need maps at all.
Tracey Lindeman
5.7.18
armaggeddon

Use This Map to See How Dead You'll Be If a Nuke Hits Your City

Outrider's interactive nuclear blast map is the best way to find out how you'll die if a nuke hits your city.
Matthew Gault
3.29.18
burnin up

Here Are Your Chances of a Hotter-Than-Normal Summer

Time to blast the AC and break out the lemonade.
Emma Griffith
5.20.17
SURVEILLANCE

This Map Will Show If Your Web Traffic Passes Through an NSA Listening Post

IXmaps wants to “make visible the secret, dangerous, often illegal forms of surveillance that are increasingly becoming part of everyday life.”
Farnia Fekri
3.28.17
Toronto

Here’s a Crowdsourced Map of Where to Find the Best Pokémon In Toronto

Attention, pokémon trainers.
Jordan Pearson
7.12.16
Canada

This Map Shows Where and Why Local Newspapers Are Shutting Down

2016 has been a tough year for Canadian media.
David Silverberg
6.29.16
maps

Find Out If Cops in Your State Need a Warrant to Track Your Phone

Here’s a map that shows you where your cellphone locations has more legal protections.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
11.11.15
News

The Souped-Up Speed Test Mapping Canada's Digital Divide

This isn't your average speed test.
Jordan Pearson
5.5.15
Culture

This Guy Visualized 8 Hours' Worth of 'Fuck' Usage on Reddit

Total fucks given: 25,203.
Brian Anderson
6.11.14
Motherboard Blog

This Live-Mapping Mattress Is the Future of Bedsore Prevention

Because lying around in bed for extended periods <em>should</em> be the safest thing you can do.
Daniel Stuckey
1.8.14
Motherboard Blog

Watch a Millennium of European History at Internet Speed

A thousand years of history in less than four minutes.
Daniel Stuckey
9.17.13
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