Grand Canyon National Park & Vicinity North and South Rim in 3D
There's a rush in our world of growing data to adopt new methods of understanding and perception. The scientist and author, Tor Norretranders calculated the sensory input of a human in computer terms, and by far, the largest method of input is visual, estimated at 1250 mb per second. The next closest would be the sense of touch at 125 mb per second, meaning that expanding our visual perception is an important frontier of the future that could impact our integration of data.
This noble next step in dimensional maps from 2004 worked at expanding the dimension of cartography with the practical application of 3D visualization. What could be a better area to begin than the drama of the Grand Canyon. With glasses added (included) you look at a flat surface that all of a sudden recedes from you to instantly clarify the terrain. While placenames hover in a uniform layer the drama of the terrain is immediately clear.
A rare next step in paper based cartography and elegant use of basic 3D approach .
Condition very good. Size is approximately 26.5 x 41 (inches)