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How do you usually compare two different maps?
We usually remember information from the first map and then shift to the next one; however somtimes, this could be quite confusing. The basic idea of this project is to enable users to compare two different maps at the same time.
In this project, I was trying to find how air pollution data is related to the other categories such as health condition, green zone and so on. A user can feel annual air pollution data by touching the topography and perceive the other dimension by looking at the screen.
Rhode Island School of Design
Providence, RI, United States
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States