Mike – Good Link 3

http://www.nikon.com/about/feelnikon/universcale/index_f.htm I chose this as my good example this week because it is a really fun interactive website that deals with size relativity. It is called Universcale and it progresses all the way from outer space all the way down to the atom. When you click on one of the objects that is moving along it will give you a brief description. Also when you enter a new tier it will give you a description of what it is and what kinds of things are in it and what they have done for the world. It is a good tool for learning scale and size relativity. It has a cool flow and 3D depth sensitivity. It is also very easy to navigate. All you have to do is use the click of the mouse to navigate around. The bottom part of the webpage lets you click through larger portions of scale or you can just let it go by itself.

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