October 11, 2005

Vector Overlays on Google Maps

Would-be Google mashers will appreciate this tool... VGMap is a new library created by Eyebeam R&D that allows designers, developers, and mapping geeks to overlay data on top of Google Maps in a richer way than is possible using their standard system. It is called VGMap because it adds vector-drawing capability to the GMap API. The Google Maps API enables point and line data on their maps in the form of markers, and polylines. FYI, the popular NYC submap mashup uses this app... see more at http://vgmap.eyebeamresearch.org/

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