Google Maps Mash-up

Google Maps Mash-up
Henry Lambert
  • 9 november 2006

It’s been a while since I last saw a really good Google Maps mash-up, but Jason over at Leo Burnetts Toronto pointed this rather nice site out to us.

Markus Dressen has taken a photo of all his favourite books and used the open Google Maps API to enable a really interesting means of navigating the content. This makes for a very engaging way of interacting with the content. You can stare at a map of central London, read about Ferdinand Porsche or measure the width of Markus’ table.

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