Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
Monday, April 20, 2009
Get your orientation using the sun or the moon. Or use it as a fun application to amaze your school-age kids.
*Can be used in daytime and night time as long as either the sun or the moon is visible;
*Automatically selects which celestrial object to use based on the time of the day;
*Handles daylight saving time;
*Works in both northern and southern hemisphere;
*Automatically retrives location information for increased accuracy;
The north shown here is the true north, not magnetic north. It can be different from what your magnetic compass shows. The difference between true north and magnetic north varies, depending on where you are located.