Neatline.org | plot your course in space & time 15 Stunning Examples of Data Visualization Data Visualization is a method of presenting information in a graphical form. Good data visualization should appear as if it is a work of art. This intrigues the viewer and draws them in so that they can further investigate the data and info that the graphic represents. In this post there are 15 stunning examples of Data Visualization that are true works of art. Click on the title or image for a larger view of each visualization. The Strengths of Nations Here’s an image that discusses the variations in how different nations pursue science. Madrid.Citymurmur CityMurmur tries to understand and visualize how media attention reshapes the urban space and city. Genome Jules & Jim This visual represents the relationship between characters in the movie Jules & Jim. One Week of the Guardian This is one day in a series that takes the news from one week of the Guardian newspaper, and visually represents it as a series of static visualisations. One Week of the Guardian Leisure & Poverty Stock Data Related Posts
Hotel Room Photos : Ace Hotel Portland Ace Hotel Portland is built on the site of the historic Clyde Hotel. Built in 1912, the Clyde doubled as a station for the Oregon Electric Streetcar, and it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Clyde is also notable as the setting for scenes in the Gus Van Sant film 'Drugstore Cowboy.' Ace Hotel Portland is inside the Burnside Triangle of downtown Portland. The Old Town and Chinatown districts are just a few blocks away. Powell's City of Books is one block away on Tenth Avenue and Burnside. Jheronimus Bosch - de Tuin der Lusten the spatiality of the database Lostalgic Lostalgic This project is based on the entire ABC's LOST TV show scripts, 115 episodes in 7 seasons, that I managed to parse from Lostpedia. I also parsed this page with additional information about hidden characters relations. My aim for this project is not (only) to visualize some properties and patterns out of the script but actually to allow to read and enjoy the series in a different way. I plan to add new views (will inform through twitter), more aimed to reveal global patterns in the script, and I will include cliffhangers and writing teams information. Find more information about Lostalgic in this great article and interview by Greg J. This project is dedicated to the Lost writers, to the open culture and, in particular, to the community that built Lostpedia. created by Santiago Ortiz
peoplemovin - A visualization of migration flows Pub Canal + : J'ai envie de réaliser un film Canal+ soutient le cinéma français et étranger, et veut nous le montrer. L’agence BETC a réalisé 4 prints sur « j’ai envie de réaliser ». Inutile de vous en dire plus. Pour les voir en grand, un petit clic sur l’image suffit :) Annonceur : Canal+ Agence : BETC Directeur de la création : Stéphane Xiberras Array VR storytelling blog #2 — How to make your story relevant to VR — HackaStory Playgrounds There will always be exceptions to the rule, but in general ignoring the specific aspects of VR might not be a good thing. If you do, using the medium becomes an empty choice. The story could just as easily be told in a 2D movie. ‘Breaking’ the fourth wall in VR isn’t possible, because there is no fourth wall to begin with So, how to make your story relevant to the medium? Now, what are those specific aspects of VR I keep talking about? Another aspect of VR is the fact that it’s about putting the viewer in an other reality (I haven’t got a word for that one yet but I am open to suggestions). Back to presence. VR might be resolving the ‘bystander effect’ of movies. When you’re watching a movie in a movie theater, you are still part of a crowd, not involved in the lives of the characters on screen. Focussing on empathy is a good way to make the use of the medium relevant, as it is a big part of what the medium stands for.
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