Thursday, September 29, 2011

Nokia BetaLABS Nokia 3D World Gaze v1.9.27 S^3 SymbianOS9.5 Signed.

Nokia BetaLABS Nokia 3D World Gaze v1.9.27 S^3 SymbianOS9.5 Signed.

Have you ever considered that the Earth is a giant sphere and you are always on top of it? And that far-away continents and cities are in reality somewhere below you?

Nokia 3D World Gaze gives you a new kind of viewpoint to the world, allowing you to see through the surface (and insides) of the planet all the way to the other side. Just point your phone to some direction and you will see reality in a way you have never seen before. In addition to geographical features such as continents in their real physical locations, Nokia 3D World Gaze allows you to see geotagged media, day and night regions, current location of the Sun, and other content from locations around the world.

Please note when installing:
- When the application is running it downloads data in the background. You should expect approximately 1-3 MBs of data transferred per 10 minutes of use. You can see the amount of data downloaded with Menu
 → About 3D World Gaze.

- Additionally, the installer may download about 10 MB of software packages (Qt libraries).
How to Use Nokia 3D World Gaze:
You can select Menu → Help at any time to see a description of the toolbar icons and globe view controls.
Internet Access Required:
Nokia 3D World Gaze requires an internet connection. If your phone is in offline mode, no content will be visible
 (i.e., no city names, photos, clouds, etc.).
Compass Calibration:
The phone's compass is used to determine which direction it is being pointed at. Symbian^3 devices do not have an automatically calibrated compass, so you will need to do a calibration manually each time you run the application. However, you have the option to skip compass calibration. In this case, only the manual view turning mode is available (panning the view with a finger). If you try to unlock the view (by tapping on the lock icon on the right), you will again be prompted to calibrate the compass. One relatively easy way to calibrate the compass is to rotate the device by turning your wrist in such a way that the phone rotates around in a path the shape of a number 8.
See-Through View / Bird View:
By default, Nokia 3D World Gaze starts in the see-through view. In this view you are seeing the world from your own physical location. You can start browsing the world by pointing the device to different directions. If you have not calibrated the compass, the lock mode is on and you can control the view direction by panning with a finger. You can activate the lock mode also when you have calibrated the compass (by tapping the lock toolbar icon). In lock mode you are able to control the view by panning with a finger. When you unlock the view again, your viewpoint will return to the real physical pointing direction. If you want to move your viewpoint upwards to see your location from space, you can do that by selecting the bird view icon on the right side of the screen. In bird view mode your viewpoint is lifted upwards but your current location stays fixed to the center of the screen. In this view you are able to see areas close to your own location (within a radius of about 1000 km) — especially if you zoom the view closer with the phone volume keys. When you tap any place on the screen, a city near the tapped location will appear as a label. This way you can look for cities not currently visible on the screen. You can zoom the view with the phone volume keys.
Geotagged Media:
The icons on the left side of the screen are for selecting the content to be viewed. They can be turned on/off in any combination.
You can preview any content by tapping on it. A preview box will open showing the content in more detail. The preview box can be closed by tapping on it or outside it. When the preview is open, you can also change the content type shown in it by tapping on some other content type icon on the left. In this case, you will see another content item from the same location.
The preview box has its own menu for content related functions. You can open the menu by tapping the menu icon in the lower right corner of the box.

Change log:
- The device’s real web browser app is now used for opening web links. NOTE: If your device is low on memory, World Gaze may be closed while the browser is open (both apps need a lot of memory).
- Added new unlocked “orbit” mode: you can freely travel around the world by turning the globe.
- Added a fifth content button: “My location”. A glowing user position marker shows your physical location. The current viewing location is also shown..
- Full support for Nokia E6: adjusted UI, text sizes and sensor input.
- The main menu is now opened with a swipe gesture (swipe from right edge). A new help message about the swipe menus will appear when first starting the app.
- Improved performance of (A)GPS positioning.
- Settings: Added an option to show the help messages again.
- When locking the view direction, the view is automatically straightened so that it does not stay in an awkward angle.
- Screensaver/dimming is disabled while the app is running.
- All thumbnail images cached in memory are deleted when the app goes to the background, leaving more memory for other applications. Consequently, images will be re-downloaded from the server when the app returns to foreground.
- Search markers are not visible on the backside of the planet when viewing from space.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when GPS position was found too quickly. 
- Fixed screen refresh issue on Symbian Belle.

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