The AIDS memorial quilt in the US has grown so large it Â now covers 1.3 million square feet making it impossible to display all at once, but thanks to a joint project between Microsoft Research, The University of Southern California and a group of other organisations, you can view the quilt in itâ€™s entirety.
Bing technology has allowed the collaborators to create a zoomable map of the quilt online.
Established 25 years ago, the quilt was a way for the families and friends of those who had died from AIDS-related illness to remember their loved ones.
Itâ€™s the worldâ€™s biggest quilt art project.
The online quilt also has an interactive timeline that shows the evolution of the quilt and the disease over the years.