Source A more abstract take on biological inspiration. Jarbas Agnelli used the position of birds on a wire to create a piece of music. Give it a listen as it is quite melodic.
Source (Slide 51) A Venn diagram labeling the types of grammar that require different parser implementations to parse. Grammars are a very difficult thing to understand and even simple visualizations like this make the area easier to work with.
1947 – Dorothy Hodgkin’s Electron Density Contours http://dataphys.org/list/electron-density-contours/ , Linked October 2017 This physicalization shows the structure of penicillin. I love how beautiful this is. It looks like something I might be able to accomplish with maker vis. I could… Continue Reading →
(http://blog.threestory.com/wordpress/topics/data-visualization) The above depicts a visualization regarding web browsing. Its quite visually captivating albeit a bit confusing. The key only references to the sizes of the circles but does not mention anything regarding color or localization. I don’t really know… Continue Reading →
A crazy series of interactive visualizations of motion. What if people in a space bend the space time fabric like the traditional visualization of planets in orbit around the sun? How could these visualizations be used to provide feedback on… Continue Reading →
October 19 Food is organized and placed on minimal backgrounds, visualizing the ingredients and required tools for each recipe. See all of them yourself at: https://www.behance.net/gallery/57167651/Eva-Trio-foodstyling?tracking_source=curated_galleries_list
http://www.markuskison.de/kinetic.html The image shown above is a real-time visualization of recent emotional expressions. Plutchik described eight emotions in his book. Each of these along with their weakened and amplified counterparts forms a cone consisting of 24 areas. So, when someone uses… Continue Reading →