We are interested in activities for young people who come to visit an exhibition on pangea in Aveyron (in the south of France). Indeed, the presence of very atypical rougiers in France is explained by the fact that this region was much further south between 265Ma and 220Ma. Under this tropical climate that reigned there, the rocks of the mountains were altered releasing sand, clays forming pelites colored red by iron oxide.
So one idea would be to offer them to make a globe on a tennis ball as proposed on this link https://www.americangeosciences.org/sites/default/files/education-nasatriad-GeoCreateATennisBallGlobe-EarthKAM.pdf
But to do this, you would have to create this exploded view which does not seem to have been made and whose name I do not know.
We could take inspiration from this procedure https://www.wolfram.com/mathematica/new-in-10/geographic-visualization/make-a-map-that-wraps-a-globe.html.
So my question is: do you think it is possible to provide such a view. Do you have any advice?