Randy Sargent

Timelapse on Google Earth Engine

Randy Sargent

Talk: Timelapse on Google Earth Engine

2014 People’s Voice Webby award winner Randy Sargent of Carnegie Mellon University is the architect behind Timelapse, the Earth Engine feature that allows us to watch how the entire globe has change since 1984. In this talk he shows us the impact of urbanization, glacial retreating, deforestation and mining in ways we never thought possible. Thanks to his work at Google, we are able to see the impact humans have on the world in an entirely new way.

Randy Sargent

Randy Sargent is a Senior Systems Scientist at Carnegie Mellon University and also a visiting scientist at Google.