Allocate longitude and latitude of an object
I am trying to do an experiment of allocate a location of an object e.g house or tree etc which the object will be static. I understand that I need to find the longitude and latitude of this object as a start. What I like to do is, when an app is start and the camera mode is activated; then when the user point the object (house or tree) - the information (image) of the object will show on the screen and there are few options on the screen that the user can use e.g images, info about the object etc. The question is - How I can use these data to determine and identify these object by using the camera as a viewer finder and compass and GPS as the location? Any ideas? Thanks.
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