Well, not too long ago, the brillian boys at 343 Industries came out with a clever little real-time GPS-like device for monitoring your current position as well as the position of various weapons, vehicles, and other players within the game. The Assisted Tactical Assault System (ATLAS) is a brilliant work of engineering in the eyes of a simpleton, such as myself.
I found one major drawback, as mentioned in the above quote. It isn't for the computer.From this video.
ATLAS (Assisted Tactical Assault System), a new maps and strategy experience for Halo: Reach, is available now as part of Halo Waypoint on Windows Phone 7, Android, and iOS devices. 343 Industries teamed up with Brady Games to bring you detailed Multiplayer and Firefight maps from Halo: Reach in ATLAS, including Noble, Defiant, and the new Anniversary maps.
Be that is it may, I found the applications for this, er, application rather intriguing. Here is where I begin a proposal. Let's get this for Halo: CE.
*slap!* Ow, that hurt! Sure, it isn't simple, and I hardly know where to begin. Imagine it, for just a minute: real-time positioning of your teammates across the canyon of Blood Gulch. Track the enemy flag carrier and dispatch him immediately. Find that pesky spawn-killing sniper and end his spree with ease.
I'll let this idea sit out and marinate for a while. Surely our combined might can come up with something useful.