Nano Supermarket - What Is Nanosupermarket? The NANO Supermarket bus received over 45.000 visitors since its opening. Check out the tour schedule for details. Browse through our product collection and create your personal technology profile by telling us which products you would or would not buy. If you are interested in hosting the NANO Supermarket at your event, please contact us. The NANO Supermarket presents speculative nanotech products that may hit the shelves within the next ten years: Medicinal candy, interactive wall paint, programmable wine and more. How to make yourself as interesting as possible Maybe you’re not where you want to be in life right now. And that’s OK. 2016 has been awful, hasn’t it? A shitshow.
10 Best Data Visualization Projects of the Year – 2010 Data visualization and all things related continued its ascent this year with projects popping up all over the place. Some were good, and a lot were not so good. More than anything, I noticed a huge wave of big infographics this year. It was amusing at first, but then it kind of got out of hand when online education and insurance sites started to game the system.
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Health Data Exploration project Executive SummaryFinal ReportAnnotated BibliographyAppendices Home . About . Advisory Board . Festival, Prix, Galerie, Labo Photo Pro Time to submit your work for the Voies Off Award held in Arles - FR during the first full week of July. Photographers from all over the world can apply Submission deadline: February 15th, 2017 In the context of the Rencontres d'Arlesgive your photographs a worlwide visibility Participate in one of the most interesting photo competition, award and festival in the world: the Award and the night projections of the 60 nominees selected by a jury of experts is at the core of the Voies Off Festival.
Infographic Video: Who Is the World's Most Typical Person? National Geographic's special series on global population, "7 Billion," was going to be fascinating no matter what. But the animated teaser-trailers they've produced for the series are almost the best thing about it. The latest one uses clever infographics and an unpredictable narrative to answer the question: Out of those 7 billion people on earth, who is the most typical? The video is jam-packed with surprising statistics, all neatly designed within the constraints of National Geographic's beloved, instantly recognizable, black-and-gold brand language. For instance: Also, most people on earth have cell phones, but only 25% have bank accounts.
Golden Grid System GGS was my next step after Less Framework. Instead of a fixed-width grid, it used a fully fluid-width one, without even a maximum width. The resources it was published with are still available on GitHub. The idea was to take a 18-column grid, use the outermost columns as margins, and use the remaining 16 to lay elements out. On smaller screens the 16 columns could be folded into 8, 4 and 2.
Packs a punch CHALLENGE: Our client is a growing entrepreneurial agency that specializes in world tour packages. But they can’t compete with the big ad spends of the bigger operators on the circuit. STRATEGY: The promise of ‘pack your bags and prepare to see the wonders of the world with us’ needed to come through impactfuly at the very first contact point. The solution? Business cards that looked like tiny suitcases that no one could resist opening. RESULT: The innovative business card did the job of a full-page ad and more. High Velocity Human Factors: Touch Screen User-Interfaces: Touching to KNOW vs.Touching to say NO Touché to TOUCH?! We have evolved the sense of Touch to Know, to glean information about an object. In this context, a physical object is its own user-interface. It doesn't require a Capacitive or Inductive Touch Screen to probe it and get a pixilated answer on the screen! Why? By touching an object we learn about its status.
The Curator: Fine-Art Photography The sponsor of PDN The Curator Contest is Emerald Expositions, Inc., 100 Broadway, 14th floor, New York, NY 10005. The Contest ends May 3 2017 , at 11:59 pm PST (the Entry Deadline). An Extended deadline of May 17 2017 will be issued after May 3 2017, at 11:59 pm PST with a $10 per entry late fee.
not_available In the words of Terrell Owens, get your popcorn ready, because this video (below) is awesome. During his Knight Journalism fellowship at Stanford, Geoff McGhee interviewed visualization trendsetters on how they deal and what they do with data in Journalism in the Age of Data: Journalists are coping with the rising information flood by borrowing data visualization techniques from computer scientists, researchers and artists. Some newsrooms are already beginning to retool their staffs and systems to prepare for a future in which data becomes a medium. But how do we communicate with data, how can traditional narratives be fused with sophisticated, interactive information displays?