Blue Cosmo | 07/02/22
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SuperVision serves to aid security research and become a reminder of the level of government surveillance that exists today. SuperVision got all its shit from a lot of googling, I did this in my spare time, I can only imagine the level of automated surveillance the government is capable of.
Also note that Supervision is rendering a lot of data, so it may take a fair bit of time to render the map [no more than 20-30 secs].
How It Works:
SuperVision works by using Python to generate Keyhole Makrup Language [KML] files. KML files are used to map geographic data. There is a KML directory that contains all of the generated KML files used in this project. These files CAN be imported into Google Earth and you will be able to view all of the markers showing the cameras and other public data that SuperVision has mapped. But Google Earth has two problems...
- Google Earth is NOT open source
- Google Earth only maps data statically
SuperVision's open source magic allows us to do so much more than what propriatary software limited us to. SuperVision has not only mapped thing like cameras, but it can track live data like the locations of public transportation. We can fully customize the tracking of public data to the fullest extent possible [with a lot of debugging of course XP].
Watch the first devlog for SuperVision now!! It will give you an update on what the project is and how it was built in the best way possible :D
- A Modern Web Browser
- i.e [Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari]
- An Internet Connection
What Can SuperVision Track?
SuperVision is capable of plotting traffic, security, and other cameras on its map. The above is a photo of a traffic camera showing developer Blue Cosmo at an intersection. This shows the vast amount of possible surveillance with a tool as simple as this.
SuperVision is capable of plotting live data. Above we can see the current positions of buses in chicago. Every 10 seconds SuperVision will update any data that it has plotted live for a more consistent flow of where certain live data is on the map.
SuperVision plots the positions of aircraft in live time. Every 10 seconds, SuperVision updates their positions and displays their country of origin in a popup [when hovered].
- SuperVision only asks for your device's approximate location. If you say yes it will display the available data closest to you. If you say no, it will display all the full map.
- SuperVision does not collect any user data...read the code
The original concept comes from an old friend of mine, Shepherd. He had the idea to map specific camera locations to kml files and map them on Google Earth. I joined the project and discovered methods of automatically mapping data instead of doing such a thing manually. But after a falling out I took the project to the next step by creating a dynamic mapping environment outside of Google Earth. This has allowed me to map not only all the cameras simultaneously, but also to map live data in real time.
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