Problem I. 342. (February 2014)
I. 342. The international project ChronoZoom (http://www.chronozoom.com) dynamically visualizes various events on different time scales. The page is based on the HTML5 language. Collections such as images, videos or articles can be attached to the events of the time scales. An interesting feature is that these scales can be dynamically zoomed in and out to overview different eras of time. Time scales can be embedded into other ones iteratively.
Create your own timeline to illustrate the history of a scientific discipline belonging to the profile of our journal KöMaL. Your work should contain several sub-timelines, even if collections are not necessarily attached to them. Your completed collections should contain various documents together with their (electronic or paper-based) sources if possible.
You will find information about the basic editing processes on the video sharing sites. As for the content, we recommend, for example, the book A fizika kultúrtörténete by Károly Simonyi.
Your document (i342.txt, i342.pdf, ...) should be submitted, containing a link to your timeline and listing the sources used for creating the content and the corresponding dates of the discipline.
Deadline expired on March 10, 2014.
Sorry, the solution is available only in Hungarian. Google translation
Gercsó Márk 11. osztályos tanuló (Szegedi Radnóti Miklós Kísérleti Gimnázium, Szeged) megoldása: http://www.chronozoom.com/ferrari13
3 students sent a solution. 9 points: Fényes Balázs, Gercsó Márk. 7 points: 1 student.