I have drawn this map of Canada where I wanted to visualize different income groups and their geographical distribution. Data sketching is quite fun but very time consuming
September 22 I converted a song (Memory by Com Truise) into a wearable bracelet. Interestingly, the sound waves hide the data they represent, keeping the song you’re wearing private in a pubic space.
source A funny comic by famous web-comic: xkcd. I thought this was an interesting recursive look at visualization. It’s a visualization that visualizes itself!
September 22, 2017 Always been interested in the shape and colour of ALL eyes. Not only do I see it as some “gateway into the soul” – I also see it as a journal of our history, our life. … Continue Reading →
The Icelandic Saga Map project is led by Emily Lethbridge of the Miðaldastofa (Centre for Medieval Studies) at Háskóli Íslands (University of Iceland). It’s a visualization of Íslendingasögur (Icelandic Sagas) geographically and chronologically. Granted it’s almost entirely in Icelandic, but I still like the… Continue Reading →
September 17, 2017 This vinyl image which has been taken using a flash – has info vis written all over it!
Conversation Clock: Visualizing audio patterns in co-located groups, Tony Bergstrom, Karrie Karahalios (IEEE 2007) As I was looking for existing visualizations of conversations I found this. This is a visualization of audio data meant to provide live feedback of verbal communications. Perhaps I… Continue Reading →
I saw this on /r/dataisbeautiful – I like the way it shows a range of values, in “lanes” corresponding to a month.The data is aggregated over 66 years, but still shows patterns, extremes, and norms. via https://www.reddit.com/r/dataisbeautiful/comments/71r4gj/max_daily_temperatures_in_mountain_view_ca/