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The CBS News project Jojo, an interactive projection map of the world’s countries, countries, and regions, was created by CBS Interactive, a company that produces games, apps, and other interactive experiences.
Jojo was created for CBS Interactive’s Planet series, which debuted in May 2017.
In March 2018, CBS Interactive announced that the project was ending.
The final version of Jojo will not be available for download.
The project is now available to download for the Samsung Gear VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Playstation VR.
Jojos current project plan has four major features.
In addition to the three major features below, Jojo features an additional map, which will be updated with new information.
A detailed, interactive timeline of the history of Jojobs progress, along with a complete list of countries, territories, and events that are connected with Jojo.
This timeline will be expanded as new information becomes available.
JoJo is a collaboration between CBS Interactive and Kojima Productions, a Japanese video game studio.
The first installment of JoJo, Jojoban, was released in Japan in 2016.
JoJoban was developed by the Kojimec company and is based on the Jojo manga.
It has been translated into over 20 languages, including English, Chinese, and Japanese.
JoJO’s official website can be found at jojo.cbsnews.com.
In 2018, JoJo launched as a companion app to CBS News.
This app features news stories, weather reports, videos, interactive timelines, and more.
JoJoe, JoJoe’s official app, was launched in October 2018.
Jo Joe was created to provide CBS News users with more information and news content, as well as to provide access to CBS Interactive content.
Jo jo’s latest version of the app includes a new timeline for the United States and Canada.
Jo Jo’s app has also become a hub for CBS News subscribers to access the content they need most, including breaking news, local, and global stories, as they are published and updated.
Jo Jos mobile app is available for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows 10.
Jo JO’s project JoJoe and JoJo are available for Android, iOS, Mac, and Linux.
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