Copyright 11/6/2018 Justin Coslor
Map Quadrant System Grid Migration
(I designed this idea as an update to my MQS (Map Quadrant System) Grid
Migration idea, on Saturday 11/3/2018 JMC.)
(MQS maps/images can have one or more landmarks for the object(s) to
reference.)
Track the straight line distance from one zoomed-in map box to another
by zooming in the same number of times and calculate the rectangular box
width scale and box height scale at each level such that the zoomed-in
quadrant box is treated as a pixel whose center is a point. Then zoom
out all the way and use the Pythagorean Theorem (X^2 + Y^2 = Z^2 and
solve for Z), with the correct pixel size, to find the distance between
the two locations. Re-compute this process every second or less with
fresh optics/radar/sonar to track a moving object. A moving object or
moving target alone (or in reference to another pixel or many objects)
can each leave a plotted trail in the MQS and possible future locations
can be predicted based on the vectors of the object(s).