BBC Dimensions: Bringing A Human Scale To History

BBC Dimensions: Bringing A Human Scale To History
technology

A simple mapping tool takes historic events, objects and physical locations and maps them over familiar areas, tying these foreign things to the known physical space of the user.

Michael Brooks
  • 24 august 2010

Berg London launched the BBC Dimensions website last week in an ongoing trial for the next few months. The simple mapping tool takes historic events, objects and physical locations and maps them over familiar areas, tying these foreign things to the known physical space of the user. The design team at Berg began exploring new ways to explain history with the BBC a year ago, and Dimensions is the result.

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