- 4 zoom levels - Large map resolution: 192 x 192 to 1024 x 1024 pixels
- Scroll the map => Stylus or Pad - Zoom "+" => "Plus" icons, or Space between the two "Plus" icons, or Zoom indicators top, or "R" button, or "X" button - Zoom "-" => "Minus" icons, or Space between the two "Minus" icons, or Zoom indicators bottom, or "L" button, or "B" button - Setting distance between the two screens (screen space) => "Black box" icon, or "SELECT" button (not available in the lowest zoom level) - Show credits => "?" icon, or "START" button
V2.0 - Larger map (1024 x 1024 max) - Better map design - 4 zoom levels (new "low" zoom level with upper screen magnification - "Thumbnail" mode) - Zooms are now centered to bottom DS center screen - "Screen Space" icon. You can choose the distance between the two screens: You choose between 0 pixels (no hidden part between the two screens) or 96 pixels (real hidden part between the two screens) - Proportional scrolling. Slow scrolling for slow Stylus move (map moves at the Stylus speed), fast scrolling for fast Stylus move (map moves twice the Stylus speed). - "Zoom indicators" icons to zoom and to display actual zoom level - Filters to avoid abnormal stylus jumps - Filters to stabilize horizontal and vertical scrollings - Better global ergonomy - Economy mode: Switch off the screen lights and pause mode when you close the DS without switching it off (first step to bio-softwares)
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AVEC AVEC is a Vector map viewer capable of displaying and navigating mapssin the common Polish format maps
AVEC Demo: a vector map viewer for PSP Hi Guys,Here is the demo release of AVEC GPS Vector Map Navigator,although GPS navigation is not supported in this demo version,the user can zoom and pan the map with the Dpad and analogue joystick
It's always better not to look like a tourist to avoid being taken advantage of. But toting a large map wherever you go will not fool anyone. With Google maps for your Sony PSP, homebrew developer Royale's PSP-Maps has definitely helped a few travellers along the way
PSP Homebrew developer Royale has released a new build for the PSP-Maps application. If you aren't familiar with PSP-Maps, it's a map-reader that allows the Sony handheld to retrieve maps directly from Google Earth.
In honor of the 2008 NEO Spring coding contest 2008, PSP-Maps v0.6 has a brand new splash screen
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