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Home Appliance Energy Use

Home Appliance Energy Use Home Appliance Energy Use

The United States is the 7th largest per capita consumer of residential energy, but where is all of that energy going? For GE, Lisa Strausfeld and her team have designed an easy to understand visualization that calculates energy use of home appliances. Read more

Capture Pollution, Congestion and Road Conditions with Your Bike

Capture Pollution, Congestion and Road Conditions with Your Bike Capture Pollution, Congestion and Road Conditions with Your Bike

From the MIT senseable city lab comes another superb concept. Under the direction of Carlo Ratti, the team behind the Copenhagen Wheel tries to mix crowd sourced data collection with personal data analysis. Read more

Most Important Risks 2010? WEF Knows It.

Most Important Risks 2010? WEF Knows It. Most Important Risks 2010? WEF Knows It.

The Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland will take place this weekend from January 27th to 31st. To examine some of the most important topics in advance the WEF website hosts the interactive application Risks Interconnection Map 2010. The RIM 2010 is a network visualization weighting the most important global risks and their connections. Read more

USA and China Leading in Carbon Emissions

USA and China Leading in Carbon Emissions USA and China Leading in Carbon Emissions

Simon Rogers from the Guardian Data Blog takes a look at the latest (2007) figures about carbon emissions per country. China seems to take over the lead followed by the USA. Read more

Experience Planetary Data with BELLA GAIA

Experience Planetary Data with BELLA GAIA

BELLA GAIA is an immersive theater experience created and performed by Kenji Williams. The project is realized in collaboration with the NASA and strives to engage and delight the audience with the beauty of our earth. Read more

Cascade on Wheels

Cascade on Wheels

Cascade on Wheels is a project by Steph Thirion, and was initially developed during the 2007 Visualizar workshop at the Medialab Prado in Madrid. "How high or how loud is the average quantity of cars passing by?" Sounds like a queer question? Read on to know how Steph would answer it. Read more

Noise at Heathrow Airport

Noise at Heathrow Airport

Ian Carr from http://www.iancarr.net has created a set of visualization as part of a study about the noise levels around the area of Heathrow Airport. Read more

Mapping CO2 data in GoogleEarth

Simon Ilyushchenko from the Google Lat Long team posted an article on how he created a visualization by mapping CO2 emissions and a detailed explanation about the composite. Read more

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