A San Francisco technology company is helping Bay Area residents visualize in 3-D how their neighborhoods could look under three feet of water when sea-level rise accelerates later this century.
The company's virtual reality device is cleverly encased inside a viewfinder similar to the old-style coin-operated contraptions found at historical landmarks and national parks. But the Owl, as the machine is called, does not contain binoculars. It can show on its high-resolution screen what a landscape looked like a century ago, or decades in the future.
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