The Internet allows us to share data on a global scale, almost instantly.It has completely changed the sharing of science around the world. The use of this global data network is the demonstration of this earthquake. From [AndyGadget].
The construction relies on ESP32 equipped with ILI9486 TFT display. The screen is in color with a resolution of 480×320.This enables it to use Network Mercator projection To fit the rectangular screen.Then the microcontroller from Earthquake portal, A site that aggregates data from seismographs and other sensors around the world. The data from this site is pulled into the device in real time and superimposed on the world map, allowing viewers to see the location of any current earthquake at a glance.
This is a great project, and we think it will be a great addition to any university geology department. If it arouses interest, please consider your own in-depth understanding of the world of seismic analysis and data!