Maps have long been used as a medium for framing, understanding, navigating, and exploring our world. As our information moved to computers, so too did our maps. When our data began to appear on the Internet and on the Web, our maps and GIS followed. Increasingly, our information is being ported anew: to mobile devices, robotic helpers, smart cities and homes, games, virtual worlds, and augmented realities. These provide new media and experiences for representing the world, interacting with the data it yields, and building knowledge by immersing ourselves the context that the information provides. At CGIS, we are producing a diverse array of visualization schemes to support and enhance GIS users’ spatial skills and abilities as they explore and build understanding of the world around them.