Hardware Archive: This page shall be the area for all sorts of homebrew and commercial hardware projects that were designed for OpenStreetMap activities that have come to the end of their supported period.
OSM Map on a Play Station Portable (homebrew)
Map This! , an open source PSP homebrew sat nav project, supports downloading OSM tiles to create GPS-compatible maps.
Since Map This! allows one to save their GPS path (as a CSV), it can also be used as a source for track data.
We-Travel, a routing navigator with 2D and 3D views and voice instructions, is reported to work on the PSP with PSPKVM. GpsMid with routing and GPX track logging also works on the Sony PSP with PSPKVM. Only the Sony USB GPS receiver is supported in PSPVM currently, but support for serial (RS-232) receivers (like Holux hardware with special cabling) is planned for the future.
- A prototyping board connected to a GPS and OSM4Primer2
- A mapping device dedicated to Housenumber mapping Explorer's Pal
- Deelkar's "Reki"
- Lars Aronsson's tracklogger
- The CycleRecorder Project A bicycle based platform for recording position information and environmental factors that effect a cyclist's journey.
- DIY steadycam
- eXplorers Pal