Chronoscope World is a time machine to explore the history of the world browsing maps from the 17th until the 19th century. More than 1,100 high-resolution maps can be displayed in a maps application on the correct georaphic location. All outlines can be displayed at once for a fast overview:
The context menu of the ChronoCursor offers a search function to find the best fitting maps for the current map area. Results are presented as previews on a map table:
ChronoAtlas is a web portal to access the meta data for all historical maps. You can search and filter for any kind of information.
Chronoscope World is based on Chronoscope Hamburg by broadening the perspective to the entire planet and by incorporting the historical maps of the Leibniz Institut für Länderkunde IfL. Most of the maps have been created by German cartographers, hence quite often the language is German ans well.