Nagasaki Archive: The East Japan Earthquake Archive

See the earthquake's true impact.

Published on Nov 30, 2011

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The East Japan Earthquake Archive, a project by the Nagasaki Archive, mashes up an array of content to highlight the true impact of the devastating earthquake that took place earlier this year in Japan.

The site, designed to reveal more than individual photographs, lets users view over 100 photographs from different media using Google Earth, and compare scenery before and after the earthquake; you can also click to see 360 degree panoramas of different areas, listen to recorded testimonies from survivors posted on the map, and watch movies in balloons by clicking face icons.

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Nov 30, 2011
Nagasaki Archive

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