Google is using a wide range of its products to make its Crisis Response page for the Haitian earthquake as powerful as possible.
Most impressive — and thus most horrifying — are the images now available on Google Earth. Google has made available the latest images of the region from GeoEye, taken Wednesday.
By adding this feature to Google Earth, or using the browser plug-in, you can now easily switch back and forth between the last pre-earthquake images taken and this new data to get a sense of just how bad the damage is.
Google’s other efforts include free Google Voice calls to Haiti for the next two weeks, a rapidly-expanding library of YouTube footage from Haiti, and a “Person Finder” service to help outsiders find out about the status of their relatives inside the country.
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