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ODT's collection of maps has the common theme of being unique views of the world. They reinforce the message, "Let's look at things from a fresh perspective!" The packaging on the tubed maps is beautiful.
See the USA in true size! True proportion! Desktop Map: 13.5 '' X 22 '' Great for drilling on states and capitals. Copyright-free outline map on the reverse. Thought-provoking supplemental web-based questions and answers. Great for the classroom, for home-schoolers, for the office, or for the dinner table. Maps come in paper and laminated formats.
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES: Available for less in packs of 5, 10, 30, and 50.We can also custom print this map at any size. A 22" x 36" custom map is $120.Depending on sunlight, order a gloss (low sun) or matt finish (to reduce glare).
Which is bigger, Greenland or China? With the traditional Mercator map Greenland and China look to be the same size but in reality China is almost 4 times larger! In response to such discrepancies, Dr. Arno Peters created an equal area map, a new world map that dramatically improves the accuracy of how we see the Earth. Standard size is 39'' x 50'' .Mid size maps also available at 24x36" size (either with panels or without)See: http://odtmaps.com/detail.asp_Q_product_id_E_Pet-Wall-24x36mapONLYorhttp://odtmaps.com/detail.asp_Q_product_id_E_Pet-Wall-24x36includesPANELS
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Which is bigger, Greenland or China? With the traditional Mercator map Greenland and China look to be the same size but in reality China is almost 4 times larger! In response to such discrepancies, Dr. Arno Peters created an equal area map, a new world map that dramatically improves the accuracy of how we see the Earth. Come in a variety of formats: laminated; paper folded; and felt paper rolled for framingSize is 24'' x 36'' - perfect for stock size poster framesNOTE: Other sizes and formats availableLARGE SIZE: 39.5"x 50" Click HERESAME SIZE MAP but with Explanation panels included in the 24x36" poster Click HERE
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Which is bigger, Greenland or China? With the traditional Mercator map Greenland and China look to be the same size but in reality China is almost 4 times larger! In response to such discrepancies, Dr. Arno Peters created an equal area map, a new world map that dramatically improves the accuracy of how we see the Earth. Come in a variety of formats: laminated; paper folded; and felt paper rolled for framingSize is 24'' x 36'' - perfect for stock size poster framesNOTE: Other sizes and formats availableLARGE SIZE: 39.5''x 50'' Click HERESAME SIZE MAP but without Explanation panels - a full 24x36'' poster Click HERE
A map that not only shows true size comparisons, but also turns the world upside down to challenge North-South perceptions. Based on the popularity of the Peters concept of equal area, we produced a similar map, the Hobo Dyer Projection, which offers less elongation than the Peters map but more compression at the poles. This is the map that President Jimmy Carter used to display his agency's efforts at his Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in December 2002. Prices range from $8.25 for 11''x17'' paper folded map to $424 for a 64'' wide custom map. For larger quantities, special pricing is available to schools and not-for-profit organizations. Also see our new Hobo-Dyer map at 36" wide http://odtmaps.com/detail.asp?product_id=Mead-HOBO-special-14
This south-at-the-top map is a great educational tool. It challenges basic notions of ''up'' and ''down.'' True ''up'' from our standpoint on the earth, is away from the center, and the earth in space has no inherent up or down. To emphasize this point, this map includes an inset, which shows global views from various angles. In addition, other inset maps show examples of a variety of projections with notes on their merits and limitations. Prices vary from $19.25 for a paper folded 2x3' map - to $700 for a custom printed oversize map. Click the drop-down menu to see your options.
Printed on two sides - One with south on top (Australia-centered), the other with north on top (Africa-centered). A map that not only shows true size comparisons, but also turns the world upside down to challenge North-South perceptions. Based on the popularity of the Peters concept of equal area, we produced a similar map, the Hobo Dyer Projection, which offers less elongation than the Peters map but more compression at the poles. This is the map that President Jimmy Carter used to display his agency's efforts at his Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in December 2002. Prices begin at $8.25. For larger quantities, special pricing is available to schools and not-for-profit organizations.See our new Hobo-Dyer map at 36'' wide http://odtmaps.com/detail.asp?product_id=Mead-HOBO-special-14/
2015 MAP - Based on US State Dept projections. See where the human beings of the world live, and how many are where.A startling, provocative, and beautiful map. Sure to stimulate discussion. Perfect for teachers of Geography, Global Studies, History, or Economics/Trade.Also makes a unique and special gift. Prices from $20.Also available as a custom map on synthetic paper,over-size (up to 20 feet wide), and on a spring roller. Call 800-736-1293 for details... Other versions, sizes and formats of earlier maps available HERE.
2015 Desktop MAP - Based on US State Dept projections. |Size: 11''x17'' or folded to 8.5''x11'' with coated stockSee where the human beings of the world live, and how many are where.A startling, provocative, and beautiful map. Sure to stimulate discussion. Perfect for teachers of Geography, Global Studies, History, or Economics/Trade.Also makes a unique and special gift. Prices from $8.25Other versions, sizes and formats of full wall maps HERE.
This is the most exciting and beautiful map we've seen in quite a while. It is a 14-sided polyhedral projection addressing both distortion and partitioning of land masses. The butterfly layout combines legibility and low distortion. This almost-equal-area version wall map (1996) is available now at a special price. A 2012 Waterman Pacific version and Waterman 2012 Atlantic version are now available directly from Steve Waterman. All Waterman maps are paper maps.In USA, order the paper, rolled, tubed 1996 version - 26.5'' x 38'' $38.95International Customers can order same map folded $42.79Volume/bulk pricing available - click on picture at left (5 -, 10- and 20-packs available)Some maps with frayed edges are available and come shipped rolled or folded. $12.00Limited stock on 2012 Waterman map - Atlantic version (not pictured here) - $89.00
This Raleigh Edition of the Dymaxion (TM) map, first designed in Raleigh, North Carolina, is a vivid color reproduction of the original rendition created by R. Buckminster Fuller in 1954 in his office there. We have reproduced the map exactly as it was first conceived and produced by its creator. Both the land masses and the grayscale shading in the oceans represent mean low annual temperatures. The visionary Fuller designed this map to help us recognize that 'we're all astronauts aboard a little spaceship called Earth.' Because it can be reconfigured into a variety of patterns, it also communicated the point that 'there are many ways to see the world.' Prices from $20.
NOW ON SALE: Paper folded $17.99
This Raleigh Dymaxion (TM) map is a desktop version at 1/4th of the size of the 22''x34'' full-size version we produced. It is perfect for a student desktop map, as it shows the sizes and shapes of the continents accurately. The paper format can be cut up and folded into the 20-sided polyhedron that Fuller started with. Or this size, when laminated, can make a snappy addition to your breakfast table as an exciting placemat. It's educational, as it has a lengthy explanation printed on the reverse side. The text on the map (being reduced in size) is hard to read, but the desktop version has the same vivid colors of the original. Call us for a quote on volume pricing 800-736-1293Laminated - 11'' x 17'' - Price: $8.95Paper - 11'' x 17'' - Price: $6.00Paper - 11'' x 17'' 4-Set - Buy 3 get one free! - Special Price: $18.00
Unique downunder viewpoint with cheeky Aussie humor. Stuart McArthur drew his first South-up map when he was 12 years old. At age 15, after being tormented for coming from the ''bottom of the world,'' Stuart resolved to one day publish a map with Australia at the top. Six years later, while at Melbourne University, he produced the world's first ''modern'' south-up map and launched it on Australia day in 1979. It has sold over 350,000 copies to date. Prices from $20. Many formats on sale now!
A good example of a "bad" global viewing map (although excellent for navigational purposes). A terrific tool for teachers to contrast with one of our equal-area world maps. Politically up-to-date as of 1993, this map was a joint venture project between MapLink and a professional artist & fabric designer. It is gorgeous! Laminated, rolled, gift-tubed - 30" x 43" - Price: $39.95 Laminated, packed in an eco-friendly cardboard tube - 30" x 43" - Price: $25.00 - Sale: $22.00 Paper folded $20.00
Leonard Guelke created this projection to tell you exactly how far it was from anywhere on Earth to Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Draw a straight line on this map from Toronto to anywhere in the world and, with some simple math, you've got the real-world distance. In order to achieve this benefit, you need to sacrifice some shapes and sizes. Original poster size laminated 30”x31” Price: $295.00 Original size synthetic paper 30”x31” (suitable for framing Price: $284.00 Spring roller mounted - 46'' x 48'' Price: $374.00 Laminated oversize 62'' x 64'' Price: $404.00 Synthetic paper oversize 54'' x 56'' (suitable for framing) Price: $424Learn More About the Background of this map
We can customize a map like this for any city in the world! (only $199)The traditional world map is poorly suited to understanding global relationships in our present era in which these relationships have become increasingly important to all peoples on earth. Traditional and current world maps are mostly centered on the equator, and project the round world as a rectangle or ellipse. This means the world is broken up along the edges, usually in the middle of an ocean (east/west) or at the poles (north/south), providing the map user with an inadequate image of global relationships. The equator-centered world maps all distort distance relationships. This makes it look as though the shortest routes between places invariably follow lines of latitude. The map user has no idea that direct routes often go over or near the poles or across a divided ocean. A REVOLUTIONARY NEW MAP FOR PEOPLE IN THE USA
Emphasizing the size of Africa, demonstrating the countries that fit within the African continent. Black & white. Possible student coloring activity for younger grades. Great comparison activity for older students when used in conjunction with an inflatable globe. Varoius sizes - smaller map available as a free downloadLARGE SIZE - 24" x 31" First Quality - paper rolled. $20 (Available ONLY to existing customers)LARGE SIZE - 24" x 31" Second Quality, creased edges. Ships in tube or folded (depending upon the rest of your order). $14MEDIUM SIZE: 13.5" x 17.5" - for $8.95 (includes reproduction rights)SMALL SIZE - 8.5x11" - for $1.22 (includes reproduction rights) Available as a free download for non-profit educational organizations.
Includes two views as from space over the South Pole, size comparison with the U.S., boundaries of territorial claims by eight nations, and a physiographic diagram of the continent without its ice. Size: 22'' x 17'' wide. B&W. This series of maps was made in 1989. With global warming you can note the shrinkage of the ice sheet coverage, you can have your students use Google Earth and compare what's missing off this activity filled map. Ships rolled in a tube or folded - depending on the rest of your order. First Quality maps - $7.95; Second Quality maps - $4.00
VOLUME PRICING: 25 maps for $75
Language Poster. Two years of research, design, and consultation with Stanford University linguists went into the production of this beautiful chart. Colorful and filled with fascinating and useful information. With it you can trace the history of the English language, find out how Tiwi relates to Pitjantjatjara, or discover the current top 12 languages of the world. Size of both the poster stock and paper/folded versions is approx 21'' x 33''. Available in heavy duty poster stock rolled in a tube $199.95. Or folded paper poster saddle stitched into a 12-page teacher's supplement with articles and activities for the classroom or home. $9.95 Digital Version of MAP & Magazine available on our new web site.
Updated Equal Area Language Map posters available in 2019 from Teachers Discovery.
[Ages 12+, 500 pieces] A topsy turvy world in 500 pieces! This jigsaw is based on the Hobo Dyer Equal Area Projection, but flipped - so not only does it have countries represented in the correct size in relation to one another (which most maps don't), it turns our normal perception of up and down on its head! Bonus: Includes 4 map postcards.Regular Price - $49.95
Four of our most popular laminated wall maps plus a desktop map:
These will come rolled together in a brown cardboard tube (eco-friendly packaging).
Includes two laminated maps:
This display consists of a laminated Peters Mini-map (11'' x 17'') along with 6 individual laminated Mercator comparison panels. The Peters map has two sturdy grommets at the top for hanging. At the bottom left is a 3rd grommet with a key ring. The ring holds the 6 comparison panels (taken from the bottom of the wall size map) and a Peters laminated postcard. These were originally used by our retailers for point-of-purchase educational displays. They are now available to classroom teachers. Map with panels $28.00. Grommeted map alone $10.95 These are classic items and will never be published again. Limited quantities! Free older Peters maps from our newsletter are all donated.
Peters Map Mini Display - 11'' x 17''
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