HEIR - the Historic Environment Image ResourceJoin us as we research changes in our environment and landscape from old glass plate and lantern slide photographs. Heir is an important new resource for tracking environmental and climate change, understanding human impact on the planet, identifying endangered landscapes and endangered archaeology, reconstructing lost buildings and habitats, and so much more. Find out more at http://www.arch.ox.ac.uk/HEIR.htmlThen and now join the hunt for the past. What did the world look like through a camera 100 years ago? What does it look like today?There are thousands of historic images for you to explore from the HEIR collection. Use this app to call up old images near you. Find the sites, re-photograph them and share your discoveries with researchers worldwide.With the free HEIR app you can: Access 10,000s of historic images Use a special overlay feature to help you re-photograph Be part of a worldwide community tracking environmental and heritage change Contribute to a worldwide database of information about landscape changeThe past is on your doorstep start your travels now!HEIR (Historic Environment Image Resource) is funded by The Reva and David Logan Foundation and the University of Oxford.Visit http://www.arch.ox.ac.uk/HEIR.html to find out more.