Crowdsourcing the Search for Malaysian Flight 370

A Colorado satellite imaging company is asking the public to analyze images for any sign of the airliner.
3:00 | 03/11/14

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Super high resolution going all the way -- precise images of the potential Malaysian airlines crash zone. This is a picture of a ship in the region taken from 400 miles above the irked some this is a real need and -- haystack problem except that it back a minute and yet. The pictures come courtesy of these satellites owned and operated by law on -- based Digital Globe. As experts around the world review the photos so too are strangers on the web site Tom not. And we'll ask you to mark anything that looks interesting any -- of wreckage are like wrapped even you can log on and look at the view from above and look for clues. It's a concept called crowd sourcing and act as the people are also helping him in real time to kind of get it -- hires. The sky high screen grabs of helped attract the destruction in other disasters including the tornado and more Oklahoma. Even the epic floods here at home. In many cases the areas covered so large that things were looking for so hard to find that that the help of hundreds of -- people on Miami's never built upon.

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