Interactive Archive Of Japan Earthquake On Google Earth

This unique multimedia archive of the Japan earthquake uses Google Earth and many other features to let people visually explore the disaster. It includes interviews with those who survived the triple disaster and a variety of other data collected. 360 panoramas of damage, video and a time stamp feature allow people to explore things in context. The project also has sub sets that look at thyroid cancer incidence, media coverage and even traffic issues. The archive is a project of the University of Tokyo with various collaborations and sponsors.

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