Is this just an emergent property of the number of control points on your traffic curves, or was it intentional?
It would be cool if some kind of max-flow algorithm were applied to generate realistic traffic flow speeds; a kind of baseline throughout measurement for the road system geometry without further detail.
> main thread tile load error for 19299/24641/16: Error: There was a network error[object XMLHttpRequestProgressEvent]
It works for me on my iPhone.
I'd love to see the demo the rest of you are seeing but not enough to disable this security setting. I'm also using the NoScript add-on but temporarily allowed mapzen.com which had no effect).
I'm always happy to see a site using HTTPS but people need to understand that means no more HTTP assets - this is really basic and cannot be overlooked. If you want HTTP great, stick with it and quit dabbling with HTTPS.
It's probably a plugin of yours causing the mixed-content issues, since this post links to the HTTP version.
Tangentially, I noticed my bank doing this the other day...
Running smoothly on latest Chrome on Ubuntu 14.04.
If this distinguished between footpaths, train tracks and roads, and correctly interpreted traffic flow directions, it would actually be the beginning of something pretty useful.
For me, the traffic-pulses on two-way streets everywhere look like they're on the right side… but I think I see a few one-ways where the pulses are going the locally-correct direction.
All nerdporn aside, I have to say I find this map easier to read than a standard map for seeing transport routes.
Pinch zoom would be cool, but I'm not complaining. :)
I wonder if something like this could be made fairly easily in SVG. 3D-ish buildings would be hard, but I suppose the roads could be animated paths.
Interesting stats: http://webglstats.com/
Slightly skewed sample methinks.
(I am not related to that website. Afaik Google used to contribute too.)