Using spectacular images of our planet taken from space, Login Earth is aiming to offer a new approach to physical and political geography by way of a game.
The Earth archive is full of beautiful images. With this game we intend to help you learn how to observe them better. Therefore, you have to follow the training path by recognising the different places on our planet.
You will be shown a hidden picture which will be gradually uncovered. In fact, lots of the images used are provided by the European Space Agency and NASA. You will need to practice hard though as some of our sensors don’t work properly and may be faulty. For example, some radar images aren’t recognisable straight away.
This is an educational game so as you play each exact answer given will provide you with some interesting facts about that particular geographical area. So, have a good trip and, if you manage to get to the end, you will be a special agent that Earth can trust!
Login Earth had been successfully presented at the ESA – European Space Agency event Earth Observation Open Science 2.0 on October 2015. In that context, ESA was organizing a community consultation meeting in ESRIN (Frascati, Italy) on 12-14 Oct 2015 to explore to the new challenges and opportunities for EO research created by the rapid advances in Information and Communications Technologies (ICT).