Steve Gifford: Geospatial Data Displays Using OpenGL - Sponsored by Cureatr

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This month Steve Gifford (https://github.com/mousebird) from MouseBird Consulting will be presenting his talk "Geospatial Data Displays Using OpenGL". This talk will cover the basic concepts of OpenGL ES 2.0 and how it is used to create 3D shapes like a globe. It will also cover a few data organization algorithms for static data and then check out a couple of approaches for dynamic data.

Steve is the owner of mousebird consulting, makers of WhirlyGlobe-Maply (http://mousebird.github.io/WhirlyGlobe/), an open source (as in free) toolkit for high performance geospatial data display on iOS. The WhirlyGlobe part is a 3D spinning globe and the Maply part is a 2D interactive map. Steve is a full time consultant, working for clients who actually need this sort of thing.

Thanks so much to this month's sponsor, Cureatr (https://cureatr.com). Cureatr is a Clinical Workflow Navigation and Messaging Platform. Thousands of healthcare providers use Cureatr to help them navigate the growing challenges of mobile care coordination. Help us bring high quality mobile tools to professionals who really need them! See what we are building at www.cureatr.com (http://www.cureatr.com/).

Every month, we meet for some tech talks and free beer. iOS developers can present their newest project/library and then we'll have an hour of networking and drinks. Topics will stay specific to Objective-C and iOS. Open-source projects are highly encouraged, please reach out to Steve Derico (http://www.twitter.com/stevederico) if you are interested in speaking.

Please do your best to arrive before 8pm, we will start the talk at 8:05pm. The door will lock at 8pm because of building rules. We cannot hold the door open for everyone once the talk has started.