Good question.  Isn't GPS 3D?  I'm guessing you're correct, but now I'm

Assuming it's a 2D-based situation, it still seems easier to use the
approach I described in the last e-mail and then somehow tie the GPS
coordinates into that system rather than base everything on GPS.  You'd end
up with a translation of sorts.  For example, X,Y coordinates translates to
map T14.  Display the map, assume the X,Y Coordinates are the boundries of
the map, identify which properties are listed on that map and plot points
for them... 

You can either attempt a complex search for properties in the geographic
zone every time the zone is displayed, or you can look up the map when you
enter the initial information and store the value as part of the data set.
That means your only searching for properties in the T14 zone.

This definitely seems possible from within PHP.  It's just going to be A LOT
of work.  Pretty complicated too....

Sounds fun! hehe


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[It] would just require referencing to the 2D world of map coordinates,
wouldn't it? 
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