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Tracking the MTV 2010 Video Music Awards

Tracking the MTV 2010 Video Music Awards Tracking the MTV 2010 Video Music Awards

For this years MTV Video Music Awards, the music channel collaborated with Twitter and the good folks at Stamen to track the activity throughout the event. Read more

Visualizing Stephen Fry’s Autobiography

Visualizing Stephen Fry’s Autobiography Visualizing Stephen Fry’s Autobiography

The recently published autobiography by Stephen Fry titled The Fry Chronicles is also available as the iPhone app myFry. The app functions as a visual index of key theme tags within the book, all of which have been divided into 4 major groups: People, Subjects, Emotions, and Fryisms. Read more

Time-lapse of Reviving Ground Zero

Time-lapse of Reviving Ground Zero Time-lapse of Reviving Ground Zero

The New York Times has published an interactive feature about how the new World Trade Center complex is taking shape. Read more

Graffiti Meets Visualization

Graffiti Meets Visualization Graffiti Meets Visualization

The fire department from Ulvenhout, Netherlands displays its achievements of the past years on a information rich mural painting created by graphic design duo Staynice. Read more

Collecting Data for a Happy Life?

Collecting Data for a Happy Life? Collecting Data for a Happy Life?

What would it mean when an electronic device knows more about your partners state than you do? Or can predict an incoming bout of misery through statistical analysis of accumulated data? When can technology become too invasive? Read more

Sound Mapping in New York City

Sound Mapping in New York City Sound Mapping in New York City

New York Mapping by Mark Edward Campos investigates the context around a site. It helps to understand the goings on, in a 24-hour timeframe of an area in New York City. Read more

How Do You Visualize Progress?

How Do You Visualize Progress? How Do You Visualize Progress?

Fernanda Cozzi, a graphic designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina strived to analyze and display her professional achievements during her studies. The result is a set of analytical schemes of concepts and projects developed in college. Read more

Pulse of the Nation

Pulse of the Nation Pulse of the Nation

Researchers from the Northeastern University and Harvard University have released the findings of a study about the mood on Twitter over time. So, how does the mood of the United States change during one day? Read more

Unsung Heroes of Tour de France

Unsung Heroes of Tour de France Unsung Heroes of Tour de France

Mikkel Koser, Interaction Designer at okdeluxe dedicates a visualization to the unsung heroes of the Tour de France 2010. The application helps understand the race dynamics of all the riders who are not heavily covered by media, and who are, in a sense, only there to support the big names. Read more

Dribbble Explained

Dribbble Explained Dribbble Explained

Do you know Dribbble? No, not the verb "to dribble" with a typo, but a nifty content sharing site for creatives who show and tell in 120,000 pixels or less. If you're unfamiliar with it, here's how it works. Read more

2010 Tour De France Visualization

2010 Tour De France Visualization 2010 Tour De France Visualization

After seeing a ton of great graphic work being done looking at the FIFA World Cup 2010, Jerome Daksiewicz realized that he had not seen any interesting graphic work visualizing the 2010 Tour de France, his personal major sporting event of choice. Read more

FTSE 100 – A 26 Year History

FTSE 100 – A 26 Year History FTSE 100 – A 26 Year History

Jeremy Christopher explains the history, worth, and importance of the FTSE 100 on a basic level in order to build a simple knowledge base of the index. Read more

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