Browsing Tag: track

    Is Your Girlfriend Cheating? Here’s one way to find out!
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    Is Your Girlfriend Cheating? Here’s one way to find out!

    August 29, 2019


    I discovered how to track anyone
    or anything for about $25 bucks with this cool device. This Little Buddy
    Tracker combines GPS and cellular technology
    and will give you real-time location updates. Well, I wanted to get inside
    to take a closer look. There’s two security screws
    with the funny little heads but that didn’t stop me. I’ve got a security
    bits set that can get into just
    about anything. So I removed the two screws
    and popped open the case and inside, a little
    circuit board, a 3.7-volt lithium ion
    rechargeable battery. And then there’s
    also the transmitter. The USB port on one end is what
    charges a lithium ion battery and will also power it
    and leave it running. So the first step was to
    register this little device. So I went to the website
    and activated the device and entered in all
    my information. Now what’s cool is you get a
    30-day free trial of tracking, which is perfect for what
    I want to use it for. So now it’s time to
    throw it in the Jeep and take it for a ride
    to see how well it works. When I got back,
    I checked the site and sure enough, it
    had tracked everywhere I went every two minutes. Now, it’s pretty cool because
    it gives you a road view, an aerial view, and
    also a bird’s-eye view, where you can see the
    roads you’ve been on. And you can access all this
    information on your cell phone. Perfect. Now you can be your own
    private investigator by tracking anyone, like
    maybe your girlfriend who you suspect is
    cheating on you. Just hide it in the
    bottom of her purse. Attach a little Velcro and you
    can stick it under a bike seat. Find out where that bike’s been. Or you could keep tabs on
    your cat or your banana. You could use a
    cigarette lighter adapter and plug it into a car. Or better yet, strip
    the ends and hot wire it to the fuse box. Mount that thing
    in the car and it will tell you where
    your car has been. And if your car gets
    stolen, you can track it. And that’s how to keep tabs on
    anyone or anything, 24-hours a day. For more hacks, pranks
    and how-to videos, click the box on the left. And to check out more
    of my spy videos, click the box on the right. Thanks for watching and
    we’ll see you next time.

    Spyglass – how to measure the size of objects and the distance to them (iPhone, iPad, iOS)
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    Spyglass – how to measure the size of objects and the distance to them (iPhone, iPad, iOS)

    August 24, 2019


    Knowing the distance to an object, you can easily measure its size. We will use this half-ruined building as an example and will measure its height. Mark the bottom point of the building with the Wing and tap the Sextant button to set the initial bearing A. You can also use Zoom for higher precision. Then mark the top point of the building and tap the Sextant button again to set the ending bearing B. Tap the Calculator button, choose the elevation angle, enter the distance, which is approximately 65 m in our case, and see the size appear in the corresponding field. If you don’t know the distance to your target, you can use maps to find it out. The “You”-pin shows your current location. Pan the map and center the cross on your target. You can see the distance at the top left part of the screen. And if you tap Done, the distance will automatically appear in the field. Just as well, if you mark the leftmost and rightmost points of the building and calculate with the azimuth angle, you will find out the width of an object. Or vice versa: if you know the height or width of an object, you can calculate the distance to it.

    Spyglass – GPS outdoor navigation toolkit for wildlife tracking & survival (iPhone, iPad, iOS)
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    Spyglass – GPS outdoor navigation toolkit for wildlife tracking & survival (iPhone, iPad, iOS)

    August 22, 2019


    Spyglass is an all-in-one navigation toolkit for those who trek around wilderness and need a powerful and reliable backup. Spyglass uses every sensor available on your device and provides you with a detailed heads-up-display over anything you’re seeing. The app shows your current location in geographic and military grid coordinates, current height above sea level, the direction you are looking in (i.e. the azimuth) in degrees and military units, and the accuracy of magnetic compass and GPS. The amount of data you see on the screen is not constant. Depending on your actions, the data may appear on and disappear from the screen. E.g. when your device is in a relatively static position, the bottom space of the screen is almost empty. But when you start moving the information about your movement speed, the distance to your primary target, and the estimated time of arrival appears. That is, Spyglass in some way adapts to the surroundings and provides you with the information that you might need at this particular moment. But of course you can always set up the app manually via Info – Settings. Here you can choose units, geographic and military grid coordinates, limit the tracking range for your destinations, limit the amount of data shown on the screen, and set up many other options. A double tap on the main screen opens the Quick Switching menu, which lets you switch among different modes. If you turn the camera off and position your device parallel to the ground, it will turn into a standard 2D compass, which might be very useful when you are in the wilds and need to save the battery power. With simple swiping gestures you can change the background color and the color of the HUD elements to your needs and liking. If you turn the maps on, the information will be overlaid over the map type, which you chose via Settings. At the moment we are using Open Cycle Map in its Night Mode. With swiping gestures you can also change the background color and the color of the HUD elements. If you turn the camera on again, the maps will only appear when your device is parallel to the ground. And when your device is in its portrait orientation, it is used as a 3D compass. And here you can also change the background color and the color of the HUD elements.

    Spyglass – how to use the rangefinder to measure distance (iPhone, iPad, iOS)
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    Spyglass – how to use the rangefinder to measure distance (iPhone, iPad, iOS)

    August 22, 2019


    Just like a reticle in a sniper rifle, the Rangefinder in Spyglass is based on the height of an average human, which is 1.7 m or 5.6 ft, and is used to visually measure the distance to your target. E.g. a person, a deer, some other creature or object of a similar height. So let’s see how it works. The scale shows the distance from 100 to 500 m with a 50-meter step. And we will use a person as an example. Zoom for higher precision. And if the person fits between the rightmost upper and lower marks, the distance to them is 100 m. If they fit between the leftmost upper and lower marks, the distance to them would be 500 m. And everything in between could be easily measured in your mind with the help of 50-meter steps.