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Structure of main radiomap application (Director, Lingo):

Abstraction of function layers and objects etc. by Stephan Huber

The "preferences loader" contains the modus to run in: screen-based or environment.

POI, Point Of Interest, the visual representation for one or more participants on he map.

station, cities may have multiple radio stations, yet the environment is
only able to play a single one. The remaining serve as alternatives that can me manually
updated in case a station is not available.

Quicktime (qt), Windows Media Player (wmv), mp3 are disabled as they do not run stable.

I definded the requirements - and Stephan developed the structure.

Radiomap admin-tool

created in realbasic

The admin-tool allows to add new content to the MySQL database

PHP, Hypertext Preprocessor, a server-side, HTML embedded
scripting language to create dynamic Web pages.

MySQL, (structured query language) is an interactive programming
language for getting information from and updating a database.

Structure of database:

stations, are the key node of the structure. All other items are set it relation to them.
M:1, many to one
1:M, one to many

Radiomap external sources:

Abstraction of communication / topology

PHP, Hypertext Preprocessor, a server-side, HTML embedded
scripting language to create dynamic Web pages.

MySQL, (structured query language) is an interactive programming
language for getting information from and updating a database.

Tracker:

Stream of x,y floats generated with Macromedia Director MX 2004
& trackthemcolors xtra

*, image analysis to reference picture is inherent
to the tracking xtra. Certain properties as brightness,
size and detection of colours are available functions.

Flow of station-search & motion of participants:

Abstraction of functions

The map compares the position of the POI to the closest
radio station in the database and sets the locationprovider's loc to the new position
of the POI as a result of "snapping."

last update: 1/7/02008 0:53

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