I saw this once before. Blew my mind then. They’ve since updated it. I’m still in awe.
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Google Maps have been used to create incredible systems that help us identify DC Taxi Cab Zones, the most dangerous roads on Earth, and the best times to take winery tours. GeoGuessr uses the Google Maps API to do something novel and fun by making a game of guessing where you might be in the world. The photo above is a typical view of how the game begins. By using clues like road signs, tree types, and weather you are encouraged to deduce where you are in the world according to Google Maps.
Studying to receive his Bachelor Degree in Media & Interaction Design, Benjamin Muzzin of the University of Art and Design in Lausanne (ECAL) has developed an ingenious machine that produces a 3D images similar to holographic displays.