Google's 100,000 Star Visualization Project is Out of This World

By: Ariel Weber - Published: • References: workshop.chromeexperiments & adverblog
Google has once again stayed ahead of the curve with its 100,000 Stars Visualization Project available exclusively on the Google Chrome browser.

From what looks like thousands of little specks of glitter, the visualizer lets you explore the galaxy of stars to your heart's content. With a zoom in and out function, you can get as close or as far as you wish and features real location data about over hundred thousand nearby stars, which includes 87 major-themed stars and solar systems.

With ominus music playing in the background and graphic imagery of the stars in front of you, the 100,000 Stars Visualization Project from the geniuses over at Google allows you to open your eyes to the world beyond what we are able to see with the naked eye. Stats for Interactive Galaxy Visualizers Trending: Older & Buzzing
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