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To tell you the truth, I prefer to keep my location undisclosed but apparently there is a great demand for human tracking. My co-worker, Nagi Babu Punyamurthula, took it upon himself to create a solution for this need and he called it the "Where Am I Project". After having him explain his application to me, I realized how great this could be for many family and business uses- and not to mention a badass game of hide-n-seek Smiley Enjoy!

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  • DenginDengin

    Wherever you go there you are.

  • DenginDengin

    Wherever you go there you are.

  • Matthew MushallMatthew Mushall

    Sweet project and Segment, Laura.  Let's play hide and seek sometime. Hehe.

  • Matthew MushallMatthew Mushall

    Sweet project and Segment, Laura.  Let's play hide and seek sometime. Hehe.

  • Googleman81Googleman81

    "do you frequently lose your friends and family?" rofl!!!

  • Googleman81Googleman81

    "do you frequently lose your friends and family?" rofl!!!

  • RobertRobert

    This is an intriguing project. I would like to learn more about it and follow along. I did a search but wasn’t able to find any useful links.

     

    I would appreciate it if you could provide us with the links.

     

  • RobertRobert

    This is an intriguing project. I would like to learn more about it and follow along. I did a search but wasn’t able to find any useful links.

     

    I would appreciate it if you could provide us with the links.

     

  • Martin H. NormarkMartin H. Normark

    This is a bit over the top I think... No matter where you are and what you do, you're potentially being watched. I agree that it's useful in some aspects, though.

  • Martin H. NormarkMartin H. Normark

    This is a bit over the top I think... No matter where you are and what you do, you're potentially being watched. I agree that it's useful in some aspects, though.

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