Posts Tagged ‘Visualisation’



Luscious – abstract colour images created by Fernanda ViĆ©gas and Martin Wattenberg using the algorithm used for their Flickr Flow and Wired visualisations.

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Everyone Ever In The World

Everyone Ever

Peter Crnokrak’s ‘Everyone Ever In The World‘ is a visual representation of the number of people to have lived versus been killed in wars, massacres and genocide during the recorded history of humankind. Screen printed using gloss transparent ink on matte jet black plastic, the poster’s available to order from Counter-Objects.

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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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Ever wondered where the product you’ve just bought came from. Now you can find out with Sourcemap, an online collaboration tool for visualising supply chains behind everyday objects.

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Event 'Back-Channel' Data Visualisation

Concept Lens

Concept Lens – Interesting data visualisation application by Flink Labs that tracks event back-channel twitter conversations and Flickr uploads. Also worth checking out is their ‘White Glove Visualisation‘ which uses data taken from the position of Michael Jackson’s white glove in a video performance of Billie Jean.

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Connected: Visualisation, Inspiration, Gotham

Britain from Above

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