Annie Werbler
Aug 3, 2011

A while back we showed you some magic made by Clement Valla: Postcards from Google Earth. We've just stumbled upon another application for Google Maps called Rorschmap that allows a user to input a location to be reflected over itself along both symmetrical axes, like in a Rorschach test.

For just about any address on planet Earth at several zoom levels, you can enter the location that you want to see mapped and watch an abstract composition emerge on your screen. Perhaps not surprisingly, the most beautiful pictures are made by curvaceous natural phenomena like rivers and clouds.

What do you see in your Rorschmap?

Via: Notcot

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