BBC Showcases What Life Is

BBC Showcases What Life Is
technology

A new website by BBC Earth showcases 50 years of expeditions - and content - to help users learn more about our planet.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 19 july 2010

BBC Earth aimed to help viewers discover more about our planet when they recently launched the ‘Life Is’ website. Created by Fantasy Interactive and The Brooklyn Brothers, the site showcases some of the best images, videos and stories that the BBC Earth Natural History Unit has accrued in over 50 years of expeditions. While serving as a back catalog of programming,  it also enables the viewer to “see the content as it was meant to be seen; in high resolution and high definition.” The site’s content will focus on monthly themes, with July’s theme being ‘Amazing’. Content will be downloadable  and shareable.

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