Visit random places around the Earth in Google Maps. Click the "Teleport" button and Globe Genie will zap you to a new location.
Search YouTube for geotagged videos. Search by location, keyword/topic, or entire channels to view in the map and export to CSV.
The volume of natural resources traded globally has increased over 60% since the turn of the century, reflecting and reinforcing new economic and geopolitical realities and bringing new environmental and social challenges -- as well as opportunities. Now everyone can explore these fast-evolving dynamics through Chatham House's comprehensive and accessible data and insights into resource trade.
Streetchange is an MIT experiment that measures changes in the physical appearances of neighborhoods using a computer vision algorithm. Streetchange algorithmically compares Google Street View images of the same location captured in different years.
How much of the earth is visible from any given location? With this tool, you can generate a radial sight map of what you can see, while standing anywhere in the world.
What would happen if you dug a tunnel to the other side of the world? This map helps you find the antipodes (the other side of the world) of any place on Earth.
A search engine for street names. Enter a pair of street names to see if they intersect somewhere in the U.S.
This is a visual road trip through the western U.S., sequenced together from Google Map images. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.