'The Geotaggers' World Atlas' is a project by photographer Eric Fischer that visually outlines where people are taking photographs in a certain city. Not surprisingly, the densely-populated New York City topped Fischer's list. The outcome is 50 detailed maps, all of which are to scale to one another.
Browse the gallery to see how Paris, New York, Glasgow, Chicago and more measure up to each other in 'The Geotaggers' World Atlas.'
Implications - Consumers in modern society are constantly looking for ways to stay connected. Products that allow for this are appealing to those who live fast-paced lifestyles. Companies trying to stay on trend could focus on this.
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