Vote for OpenIR at MIT IDEAS
DuKode + MIT students are developing OpenIR (Open Infrared) a web application that offers geo-located infrared data as on-demand map layers and translates the data so that anyone can read the data easily. OpenIR could be used for rescuing flood victims, detecting volcanic damage, finding the extent of wildfires, and seeing where the next landslide may occur. OpenIR is a finalist in the MIT IDEAS Global Challenge, and your vote can help us win the "Community Choice" prize. If you'd like to see OpenIR go from idea to realization, please vote for it and forward or tweet this link:
http://globalchallenge.mit.edu/teams/view/242
You can also follow @OpenInfrared on Twitter. THANKS!