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“Histography” Lets You Interact with the Last 14 Billion Years

If your love of visual information extends to history, prepare to lose several hours of your life down the addictive rabbit hole called “Histography,” an interactive timeline spanning from the big bang to 2015 created by Matan Stauber as his graduation project at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem.

Matan Stauber: “Histography allows users to engage with historic events and view history from decades to millions of years. The site draws historical events from Wikipedia and self-updates daily with new recorded events.

“The viewer can choose to watch a variety of events which have happened in a particular period or to target a specific event in time. For example you can look at the past century within the categories of war and inventions.”

Explore the interactive version of Histography here.

School: Bezalel Academy of Art and Design
Teacher: Roenl Mor

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