Would you like to use your Arduino to create geo-locative art? Or make a custom GPS device that can log sensor data along with the precise time and location? Perhaps you're looking to make a tracker, or want to make your own geocaching hardware. You are in luck! Here is my design for a Arduino shield that is perfect for any sort of project or artpiece that requires GPS precision time or location data.
This shield supports any of four popular GPS modules and stores data on a standard DOS-formatted SD flash memory card. Simply plug it into your computer when you've finished your data capture and the plain text files are ready for importing into Google Earth, GPSvisualizer, or a spreadsheet.
You can build a waterproof GPS logger by putting the shield, Arduino and small power supply in an Otter Box!