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Anthropocene Mapping in video animation [Video]
posted September 14 2011 18:36.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This video uploaded by vimeo user Globaïa is based on the map experiments done to illustrate the Anthropocene. It shows several features of our global civilization: cities, built environment, transmission lines, pipelines, main paved and unpaved roads and railways.




More maps can be found here, including some with airline routes, shipping lanes and submarine cables.

[Link: Globaïa]
Tags: environment   crazy photo/video   artistic   3D media   animation   
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