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Nasa Visual Universe

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NASA’s photography archive analysed and group by ML into interesting clusters, editorialised by machines. Fascinating concept to make a huge photo library more browsable, by using sorting mechanics to spot similarities and group subjects together. Love the slideshow-esque exploration of themes which takes you through some fascinating themes. Very exploratory interface, with a smart search function, and fun to browse dive deeper on range of topics.

Created by Google Arts & Culture (@googlearts).

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Bagan

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Site documenting the earthquake damaged temples of Bagan in full 3D and LiDAR visualisations. Beautifully crafted experience taking you on a journey through these stunning temples. Love the interactive documentary approach, with voice over and storyline bringing out the history and acting like virtual tour guide.

Created by Google Arts & Culture (@googlearts).

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Google Arts & Culture Experiments

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Site showing a series of experiments combining the huge database of art collected by Google and creative technology to show some great experiments. Shows collaborations with some amazing digital artists and programmers. Some really cool stuff here, allowing you to explore the range of art by interesting means – from huge 3D spaces, to machine learning interpretation, visual similarity. Great way of shining a light on the range of art Google has catalogued in fresh and modern ways.

Created by Google Arts & Culture (@googlearts).

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