Everyone enjoys digesting interactive stories, although the creation process can be incredibly tedious. Meograph, a new tool launching Monday, makes it easy for anyone to make and share multimedia stories using four dimensions — facts, multimedia, interactivity and context.
Founder Misha Leybovich invisions Meograph to be a great product for journalists, educators and people looking to share travel stories. The tool uses Google Earth and a timeline interface to show where and when events in a story unfolded.

Creating a complete presentation could take 10 minutes, which is quite fast considering it could take a news professional a full day to make a similar multimedia story from scratch. Take a look at one of Meograph's demos, created to show how the events surrounding the Trayvon Martin case, played out. As part of the product's launch, you can now create your own 4D story, by adding events, links, photos and video. As of launch, you can only create Meograph stories using Google Chrome, though you can view a finished product in any browser.

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