Archive for the ‘Connected’ Category

Christoph Niemann: My Way

My Way

Christoph Niemann’s map art, looks at the funny side of getting from A to B using elements from Google Maps.

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MapBox, a collection of open source tools for creating custom maps using Amazon’s Cloud Service.

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Augmented Reality Mapping

Blaise Aguera y Arcas architect of Seadragon, and the co-creator of Photosynth demos new augmented-reality mapping technology as part of Bing maps. It’s pretty impressive layering user generated content such as photography and real-time video into maps allowing a user to flip through historical and current views.

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Zoomable Paper Map


map2 – A pocket sized zoomable map of London designed to allow you to quickly find what you need without having to open and unfold unnecessary sections. Design by Anna Stauche.

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Feltron Annual Report

Feltron Annual Report

It’s that time of year when Nicholas Felton releases his Annual Report. This year’s looks fantastic – chock full of infographic goodness.

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Don't believe the hype

Frog Design Apple Tablet

The ‘Bashful‘, Frog Design’s concept designs for an Apple Tablet computer from 1983. Remind me, what’s happening next week?

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Turn back the clock

Doomsday Clock

Currently at five minutes to midnight, the Doomsday clock is set to be updated live online for the first time since 2007, on January 14th at 3pm GMT. Originally, the analogy represented the threat of global nuclear war but now includes climate change.

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Where Does My Money Go?


Where Does My Money Go? Interactive visualisation from the Open Knowledge Foundation which uses HM Treasury data to display where UK public spending goes.

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Black Friday 2009

eBay Black Friday

An interactive map showing all US buyer and seller transactions that took place on eBay on Black Friday. The map uses raw data that includes eBay sales and purchases occurring in approximately 33,000 U.S. ZIP codes.

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Visualising Narrative Abstractions


Christian Swinehart’s visual exploration and analysis of the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ books, which were popular in the 80’s.

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