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        <h1>Image overlay</h1>
        <p>Display an animated weather radar.</p>
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    <p>This example shows a rectangular area with the animated weather map over the North Atlatic and Europe.</p>
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    <h3>Code</h3>
    <p>An animated rectangular area is created using the <code>H.map.Overlay</code> class, passing in an 
      <code>H.geo.Rect</code> holding the top-left and bottom-right points of the rectangle. The overlay's bitmap is updated
      with the help of the <code>setBitmap</code> method.
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