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In some kind of Cartographic Rollercoaster Mashup, called Here & There, bends the world into horizon-less, roller coaster loop topography, which allows the viewer to see their position from the first person perspective (complete with those 3D buildings that usually just get in the way) alongside the route/terrain.

A little impractical, but its always interesting to see intuitive cartographic methods!

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I like it. Don't know how many people will understand it, but It works for me.

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whoa! It gives me vertigo! I can't look at it :lol:




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