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More than any other storm since Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy was a rude wake-up call that the effects of Climate Change to coastal communities. Some of the most iconic images of destruction...
The world is overheating. As is The Netherlands.
During the Climate Conference we published 3 visualizations on the impact of human CO2 emissions. A simulation in which the ‘bubble rate’ reflects the actual CO2 emission rate makes the different...
32 Questions for Deray
32 Questions for DeRay Mckesson was commissioned by the Bowdoin College Museum of Art as part of Now, my retrospective exhibition touring the United States.
Data USA puts US government data in your hands. It's a free and open source platform that combines data from a variety of U.S. statistical agencies and brings it to life in more than 1.8 million...
We have become the largest producers of data in history. Almost every click online, each swipe on our tablets and each tap on our smartphone produces a data point in a virtual repository. According...
Cities in Europe
Cities in Europe – Facts and figures on cities and urban areas The publication ‘Cities in Europe’ contains 13 infographics that show facts and figures on recent urban developments in the context...
Quantify exactly how much you care, with pie charts, line graphs and Venn diagrams.
Holobiont Urbanism is a research endeavor that sets out to study, map, and visualize the microbiome of New York City, in order to reimagine the city as more than a vast metropolis, but rather as a...
Big data gets all the glory, so I set out to explore data of a much smaller and more personal nature. Little Data is an ongoing series of data visualizations based on hand-collected personal data...
Charting miles of road and bike path in NYC.
Spiralled CCTV's Chinese New Year Gala of 2004
Dawes’s work, Cinema Redux, inspired us to take a serious look at how one would go about quantifying the amount of ‘redness’ that pervaded the Chinese media. Would the resulting outcome help to...
Narration, even fictional, contains a network of interacting characters. Constituting a well defined corpus, the eleven Shakespearean tragedies can easily be compared by visualising how the...
Explainer motion graphic outlining information behind the death penalty
Swiss preservation of historical monuments
The double-sided information graphics for the magazine Hochparterre illustrates figures on Swiss preservation of historical monuments: job percentages of specialist departments on cantonal and city...
Unity within Europe
By visualizing data on air travel, tourism, Erasmus student migration, and marriages within Europe, my project (created using D3.js) aims to explore the social connection between European Union...
Virus Trading Cards
These animated virus trading cards show the real 3D structure of viruses. Using scientifically accurate structure data from the Worldwide Protein Databank, each trading card reveals the viral...
Solar System 360 Degree Tour!
Take a 360 degree virtual tour of our Solar System, with the help of astronomer and Crash Course host Phil Plait! From start to finish, the viewer is guided through from Planet to Moon to Meteor,...
With the ‘Cymascope,’ sound can be transformed into an image to visualise the sound of birds like the forest, developing a method for translating the frequency of bird calls into...
Profiling National Parks
Profiling the Parks is a data-driven, hand drawn exploration of the US National Parks.
Timescapes is a series of photographs and videos that document the patterns and algorithms that define places. This project uses "slit-scanning," wherein a photo medium is exposed in a single...
Open Systems Wall Display
How do you keep track of security situations on thousands of servers world-wide?