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...excerpts from my studio work at cranbrook...

more notes on method

Exifer is a free app for PC that lets you add EXIF data to a JPEG that doesn't have pre-existing EXIF headers... this is good since i need to add a date stamp to that header...

would like to find a OSX/Linux app that does that preferably as a command line tool that is very very small...

so this is what i think has to happen with the webcam images:

take the picture on a schedule [ cron job ] -- check.
rename it to a unique filename [ the date ] -- check.
add EXIF datestamp [ ? ]
add geocode tags to EXIF header [ ? ]
move to remote webserver [ ncftp ] -- check.
display as a pin on a map [ maybe google maps, but i'm flexible ]

other things that need to happen:

draw path on map showing route taken from gps data [ save data to .GPX rather than .XML maybe? and try some other options of overlaying track data... ]

alright... that's enough for this update... time to get back to making this presentable.

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