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Unfolding - Interactive Map Library for Processing and Java

Unfolding - Interactive Map Library for Processing and Java
Interaction Events Unfolding enables you to quickly create interactive maps. Basic interactions such as Zoom & Pan are included. More advanced functionality such as Overview+Detail, or multitouch gestures can be easily added. Data Visualization Simply create geo-positioned markers to display data on a map.

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