Worldprocessor: Data as Globes

Ingo Guenther’s “Worldprocessor” project that started in 1988 has created some of the most outstanding globes. Currently there are more then 300 different designs visualizing world statistical data as globes.

This project has been going for quite some time but the online catalog with hundreds of globes is still worth a look. We have selected a few of the globes for the image below.

More information at the Worldprocessor web site.

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link to Worldprocessor catalog

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