Promoting Natural & Cultural History
A picture contains large amounts of data that can be processed to be interpreted. There are advanced programs for such data which can be used in larger projects, due to its requirements of relatively extensive data capabilities. In THE LAB, instead we offer a basic form of program where the selected pictures can be filtered in various ways to be able to read the picture content on the basis of various parameters.
THE LAB also offers the reader a possibility to study selected pictures in comparison to Google Maps and satellite pictures. Together, these opportunities represent a primary powerful research tool to study a place, a landscape, an object, etc., to increase comprehension, locate the place or even by using satellite pictures to find new information or have a look at changes that have occurred over time.
THE LAB is free to use. If you would like to work with several pictures at the same time and save them too for future studies, this is possible for iFELLOWS - read more about iFellowship here.
Choose the district of your interest in the PICTURE SERIES here...
Make a note of the unique picture number/s (e.g. EE.0123) shown below each picture
Use the unique picture number and search the actual picture through the search box in THE LAB
The picture you searched for is by now visible in THE LAB, where you can filter or rotate the image for easier location of site/place in Google maps
In the Google map you can choose between different types of maps or satellite images, scroll to the site/place and study by comparing image and map - the potential for different forms of studies or new discoveries in natural and cultural history is almost endless - good luck!
SEARCH FOR AN IMAGE, ABOVE