Satellite photos of Japan, before and after the quake and tsunami

The New York Times is an international leader in its innovative use of multimedia tools for telling visual stories. In this presentation, users can view satellite pictures taken by GeoEye/EyeQ from before and after the Japan tsunami disaster. With a simple drag of the mouse, the images are transformed from everyday images of the land to pictures of a country ravaged by natural disaster. This simple, elegant method of interaction packs a powerful amount of storytelling into a small space.

Click here to link to this nytimes.com presentation

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