The Next Web points us to a fascinating new site on github that lets users search for YouTube videos based on the area in which they were shot. While geolocation data for videos isn’t as prevalent as it is for, say, photos, it’s still an interesting tool that’s worth exploring as a means to discover crazy, weird, and low-production footage that may have been shot right in your backyard.
In addition to being able to enter in a particular city or even a specific address into the search bar, the site also lets users filter videos depending on how recently they were filmed. So, for instance, if you want to see what videos that were filmed near Anchorage, Alaska over the past week, you can do so with ease. Advanced search filters also allow users to search by keywords and within a certain designated radius.