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Revisions of “On the Origin of Species”

Revisions of “On the Origin of Species”

Ben Fry has made the first step of his new project available to the public: A visualization of the developement of Charles Darwin's book "On the Origin of Species". Read more

John Maeda on Processing

John Maeda on Processing

John Maeda, President of RISD and former Director of the Media Lab at MIT takes a look back at the evolution of Processing. He tells the story of Casey Reas and Ben Fry and their efforts for both, the scripting language and the community around Processing.org. Read more

Good Morning Wave from Twitter

Good Morning Wave from Twitter

After Just Landed, Jer Thorp created another Visualization of data from Twitter.com. While Just Landed displayed the data on a 2D map, Good Morning! goes the 3D route to represent Tweets containing the phrase "Good Morning". Read more

CAT 2009 Video of Aaron Koblin

CAT 2009 Video of Aaron Koblin

The video capture of Aaron Koblin's presentation at CaT has been published on Creativity-Online.com. Aaron, who's currently working at Google's Creative Lab shows some of his latest projects including Flight Patterns, NYTE, TheSheepMarket.com and his work on the Radiohead video clip "House Of Cards". Read more

Interview with Ben Fry on Creative Review

Interview with Ben Fry on Creative Review

Mark Sinclair from Creative Review interviewed Ben Fry, co-creator of Processing and Director at Seed Visualization. Fry answers questions about his learnings from the MIT, his working process when visualizing data, the Processing scripting language and the importance of understandable data in the future. Read more

Working with Processing & Google Spreadsheets

Working with Processing & Google Spreadsheets

Jer Thorp from blrprnt.com has published some screenshots from one of his newest projects "Flu Genomics". While there isn't much information available yet about the tool itself, Jer has put together an excellent explanation about the working process he used for this project. Read more

Just Landed – A Twitter Visualization in Processing

Just Landed – A Twitter Visualization in Processing

Just Landed extracts travel information from Tweets and maps the journeys on a map. The map itself remeains two dimensional but the "flights" are visualized in as three dimensional curves. A chronological order of the Tweets makes it possible to review a certain time period. Read more

The world’s eyes

The world’s eyes

Los ojos del mundo (the world's eyes) illustrates the photos people visiting Spain leave behind them as evidences of contemporary tourism in the country. Read more

The Guardian visualized

The Guardian visualized

Jer over at blprnt.com played around with the newly launched The Guardian API and created some great looking visualizations. He already did similar visualizations with the NY Times API and again he's sharing his experiences working with the API. Read more

Impress – tactile touchscreen

Impress – tactile touchscreen

Impress is a tactile touchscreen created by Silke Silsing from FH Würzburg. The prototype was built using pressure sensitive sensors and foam as the carrier material. The projection comes from above. The application is using Processing and the Arduino to process and project the data. Read more

NYT: This was 1984

NYT: This was 1984

Jer Thorp has created a set of visualizations using the new Article Search API from NewYork Times and Processing. Read more

“Gitter” is visualizing GitHub with code_swarm

“Gitter” is visualizing GitHub with code_swarm

Ilya Grigorik from igvita.com has created a visualization of the usage of GitHub. He used code_swarm to show the organic growth of a software developement process. Read more

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