Map² - The Zoomable Map on Paper: New York by Anne Stauche. UPDATE: 196 comments, 73 suggestions for new cities, 3 new rewards, 1 stretch goal...
Find out more Even if your city is not available yet, please back the project. If 25% of the viewers of this project donated $10, the project would be fully funded. Today! WIRED - "Ingenious Zoomable Paper Map" CORE77 - "Fantastic design for a low-tech, zoomable paper map - Map², "The zoomable map on paper", uses nothing but folding and carefully-considered printing to achieve its killer app. " FASTCOMPANY - "Who needs smartphone apps when you've got a lot of ingenuity and some paper? BOINGBOING - "Map² is a clever London streetmap: each of its quadrants unfolds to show a zoomed-in view of that region, then refolds again quickly and easily. " COOLTHINGS - "Map² Makes The Paper Map Zoomable - Map² is looking to cut into our over-reliance on electronic maps a little by adding at least one level of zoom to the classic paper map. ...With its zoomable mechanism, it's quite possibly the coolest map I've ever seen.
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With time, however, their appeal presents itself. That has to do in part with maturing taste buds, and from a better understanding of the importance of healthy eating. But it also happens simply as you get acquainted with the sheer size of the vegetable kingdom. You not only have diverse families, from tomatoes to taproots to tubers, but also a staggering diversity within those groups. And even when you think you know your veggies, there are more to discover. Click to enlarge. The Various Varieties of Vegetables is the latest from Pop Chart Lab, featuring some 400 crops in all. In their relentless quest to illustrate and classify the world around us, the folks at Pop Chart have mapped categories ranging from coffee and pie to guitars and video game controllers.
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