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“So many a second” animated visualization

“So many a second” animated visualization

So Many A Second is a visualization that gives a rough feeling for abstract numbers by creating a vertical flow of the events happening at a certain pace. The visualization doesn't focus on accuracy and isn't readable in the sense of giving a detailed view on statistical data but it provides a way too feel the amount rather than reading it. Read more

History of the internet

History of the internet

Melih Bilgil created a motion graphics video about the history of the internet using a very minimalistic visual approach to transfer the information. The animation is part of his diploma which consists of a pictorial language (PICOL), the here presented animation and the documentation thereof. Read more

Animation of the OpenStreetMap edits of 2008

Animation of the OpenStreetMap edits of 2008

An animation showing edits to the OpenStreetMap.org project during 2008. OpenStreetMap is a wiki-style map of the world and this animation displays a white flash each time a way is entered or updated. Some edits are a result of a physical local survey by a contributor with a GPS unit and taking notes, other edits are done remotely using aerial photography or out-of-copyright maps, and some are bulk imports of official data. Read more

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