7 stunning interactive websites about the nature
Even hardened geeks do not forget that in the world there are things more beautifully flawless in c # code or the Golden MacBook. And it is a miraculous thing that are created by nature itself. Especially impressive things come when these two worlds – nature and technology – intersect in a good sense (and not in the form of oil spills and accidents in nuclear power plants). We have prepared for you a selection of beautiful interactive websites about nature. Some of them are designed to raise an important issue while others – just help to relax and watch a good picture.
This beautiful site is developed by the National Council of cinema in Canada. Their main aim is to draw public attention and to create awareness about the Grizzly bears in Canada. The authors of this interactive website create a few short stories about the dangerous grizzly bears. And the authors hope that it will help people to understand that in the wild Grizzly bears faced far fewer risks than today.
Another great resource from Canadian filmmakers. It tells the story of the Great Lakes. Lake starting at the top and gradually sinking into the Atlantic Ocean, the authors discuss the problems of water pollution and the importance of its conservation.
The story is based on a book and the book was written by the American author Henry David Thoreau Walden. In the five parts of the narrative, the author has tried to show that the most beautiful thing that a man meets in Massachusetts. Amazing pictures, video sequences – five chapters of history will allow you to truly immerse yourself in this incredible atmosphere.
In this interactive website, the author tells 30 short stories about the 30 endanger Red Panda. Excellent animation, a good description will help people to understanding that humanity can affect the conservation of these species.
An interactive film by Chris Milk and his all friends from Google, Â based on the place of your birth showing information and images from their homes to the song Arcade Fire featuring âWe used to waitâ. Immerse yourself in the memories of childhood and nostalgic with Wilderness Downtown.
The second in our collection of interactive Web site devoted to the problem of water contamination and evaporation. This report shows that only 23% Americans know the sources of the water that they use in the everyday life. It is so harmful and risky. Did you know? Go online and check the test.
It is another Google Experiment. And it is started on July 1, 2010 when it created an interactive map of clouds over our planet. Â This website visualizes clouds, hurricanes and storms that occurred within two years – until October 2012. You can rotate the planet and watch the movement of huge clouds. It gives individual information for the major hurricanes.
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