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John Tlumacki/GLOBE STAFF A 20-foot inflatable globe was on display at Boston Public School headquarters in Dudley Square on Thursday, part of an effort to show students what the world really looks like.
This map literally changes how people see the world, historians and geographers say.“It maintains the sizes of places.
I have a world map that will be placed into popovers/modals (following this tutorial) When used, it needs to zoom into a given country.
I made a reference map, hid it, copied its contents, created a new (localized) map.
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The Mercator projection may be considered inaccurate but it appears to be show a better display of South America (middle).
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Hajime Narukawa used a new map (main) making method called Autha Graph that divides the globe into 96 triangles, transfers them a tetrahedron and unfold it to be a rectangle - all while keeping the landmasses and seas proportioned.
Narukawa's map was awarded the coveted Grand Award of Japan’s most well-known design award during the Good Design Award for 2016 – last year a personal mobility chair won and the year before it was a robotic arm, reports Spoon-Tamago.