“Hong Kong based designer and creative director Dennys Hess has created a series of visualisations that show storm patterns in the region from 1960 to present day. The graphics allow viewers to see how typhoon patterns have changed over the years and how long the storms last each year.”
check out the planetarium showing at Big Bang Data in Somerset House if you’ve got the chance. looks beautiful and mesmerizing
Two girls who switched continents get to know each other through the data they draw and send across the pond
Love the idea!
MCXI infographics by Anne Manteleers
could spread out each of my maps and have them accumulate and overlay each other as it goes along..
website that maps almost everything in london
some very interesting mapping can be found
Invisible Journeys by Oli Laurelle
“Oli Laurelle has an enticing Flickr set featuring many invisible journeys on different cities, by different means of transportation, including walking paths and WI-FI mapping. Part of the set is this segmented radial visualization showing the recording of wireless networks through journeys on 4 different cities, from bigger to smaller rings: London, Vescemont, Belfort and Barcelona.
The time dimension starts reading from the right then it goes clockwise along the main black thick line. Each succesfull recording influences the time line thickness and adds a "pin”. Red pins represent non encrypted networks while other networks are represented by the smaller black pins. As it stands, the position of the nodes is relative to the time of their recording, and there is one recording session per ring.“
screenshots of designs that I’ve done on how our data would be presented & interface of the program
some interesting infographics I found on visual.ly
this making use of the heights/lengths to visually present the success of missions to mars by different countries