Ellie Balk and Nathan Affield are raising money to create their next Visualize Pi mural with high school students from East Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
The piece, Visualize Pi Perspective, will show the mathematical constant in one point perspective to create an illusion of the number getting infinitely smaller.
Students involved will not only gain a deeper understanding of shape and irrational numbers, but will also learn about the importance of public art and community outreach.
Previous projects have seen students create stunning large-scale murals of the Fi... →
Data visualization tends to tell stories you weren't expecting.
Dénes Csala found this in his project, Religious Diversity in Romania, which uses colour wheels and maps to see the religious breakdown of Romania in new ways.
One of the visualization’s key findings is that Romania’s religious diversity is highest in its central region, Transylvania.
Once outside of this central region, there is a tendency for ‘clustering’. In other words, followers of the same religion live together in population blocks.
Across the visualization... →