Google Earth on 48 Screens

Visiting museums as a child, I’d always be fascinated by the small-scale towns made of cardboard and matchsticks or the miniature villages complete with working railway systems. However, this new installation by JCDecaux and Google for the Paris Centre for Architecture and Urbanism brings the entire globe to your fingertips. Using ‘Liquid Galaxy’ software, Google Earth is displayed across 48 screens letting you skip from Sydney to Sweden

Via Gizmodo

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