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The Digital
Story
Archive.

The Digital
Story
Archive.

Re:Earth is a tool that allows you to create and publish digital archives that tell stories.
It allows you to express and show your data in a meaningful, three dimensional way, avoiding more typical and shallow representations.

Storytelling

Storytelling
“I want to represent our material in a way that's easy to understand, like a movie or a novel.”

The storytelling feature allows you to chronologically view your material based on the connections you've made between your data.

Digital Earth & GIS

Digital Earth & GIS
“I want an intuitive way to visualize activities and materials across countries and regions.”

The system is GIS (Geographic Information System) compatible, and each document can be given location information & displayed on a digital globe.

Style Customization

Style Customization
“I want to summarize historical and regional issues, showing the borders, location and cultural customs of the time.”

You can use your own map image for the globe’s landscape, as well as custom fonts and coloring.

Try Re:Earth’s Archived History!

Leave your Knowledge,
Without
Coding.

Leave your Knowledge,
Without
Coding.

Unlike conventional digital archiving systems, Re:Earth can be created and published without coding.
This allows researchers and curators to more directly and flexibly archive the knowledge and materials that they really want to preserve, and make it available to the world without the need for engineers and technicians.

“We don't have an engineer or IT department.”

→No programming or coding is required. You can create and publish digital archives right in your browser.

“There are often PC requirements that are hard to meet.”

→Because Re:Earth is a browser application, there is no need to install software or build an environment.

“I only want to share my archives and materials with certain people and teams.”

→You can choose your preferred level of publishing on the web: public, limited or private.

“I don't want the user to know that I used an external tool to create it.”

→The archives you create can be made public on any domain. You can view it as part of your existing website without interfering with your branding.

“I want to archive my existing data and do some analysis work with the archived data.”

→CSV, GeoJSON, Shapefile, KML, and CZML can be imported and exported, which can be linked to more advanced data analysis software.

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