Digital globes, which consist of spherical display screens, are becoming more prevalent for both educational and aesthetic purposes. The globes can display all sorts of information, from a representation of the world's topography to the distribution of sea ice. The orbs remain expensive, but the prices are dropping and could soon be comparable in price to other high-tech classroom tools.
Are digital globes the way of the future?
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