Timelapse offers a new way to look into our world. By the power of Google, you can search the place and see the different from 1983 up to now.
Now, you can use it to take a research about climate, desert, lake or use of natural resources.
Application of Education
This website provides visual images about same place in different time. Very suitable geography and science student to collect various information on their research topic.
And, it’s Free!
- Timelapse Imagery of How the World Has Changed (freetech4teachers.com)
- New Google timelapse project shows how Earth has changed over 28 years (pcworld.com)
- Google Earth Timelapse: Images Taken From Space Since ’70s Shown (theepochtimes.com)
- Google Timelapse Shows Earth Getting Older (animalnewyork.com)
- Google’s new Timelapse feature showcases the changing globe (cbc.ca)
- Google Timelapse Reveals Earth’s Changes Over Almost Three Decades (scienceworldreport.com)
- Google’s new Timelapse feature showcases changing globe (cbc.ca)
- See the Last 20 Years of the Whole World in the Biggest Timelapse Yet (gizmodo.com)
- Google Timelapse shows a changing Earth in animated form (slashgear.com)
- See the Last 20 Years of the Whole World in the Biggest Timelapse Yet (gizmodo.co.uk)