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In 1962, NASA launched Mariner 2, the first successful interplanetary probe. It was the first spacecraft which traveled beyond our own orbit, exploring the depths of outer space. Ever since then,...
With the development of science and technology, people in the future will be able to set up a lunar orbiting laboratory, and use the moon as a foothold for more distant planets. Flying to the moon...
The journey of Shukhov’s hyperboloid
When a practically unknown Russian engineer, scientist and architect, Vladimir Shukhov, built his revolutionary broadcasting tower in Moscow, little did he know about the impact his work would have...
AR Space Poster Long
This infographic was produced as an alternate outcome of my final major project at university. I decided to research how to communicate the possibilities of virtual reality and augmented reality...
The Air We Breathe (around London's health centres)
This interactive map shows that central London is blanketed in air pollution that is above legal limits. The visualisation is based on new data from King's College London, combining air pollution...
Seven Bridges has developed a novel graph based alignment method for comparing genomes. We were asked to showcase the comparison between their method and a commonly used linear graph alignment...
2017 Artificial Pancreas Report
The artificial pancreas research projects in human trials campaign dealt with displaying information about the connection between Type 1 Diabetes projects and artificial pancreas. Using a color...
The world of 3D printing
3D printing or additive manufacturing has the potential to transform manufacturing dramatically and permanently. This infographic explores how 3D printing is no longer reserved for science fiction,...
A comic drawing attention to the fact that having more ways of contacting people doesn't necessarily make it easier to contact people.
The colour of disease
Online images are an important resource for understanding medical conditions and their impact on those affected. The images of disease available online are dominated by visible effects on the human...
IBM Immersive Insights
IBM Immersive Insights helps users explore data and communicate their findings. It brings the power of Augmented Reality (AR) visualizations to data science tools, improving the user experience,...
Which UK workers are most at risk of being replaced by robots?
About 30% of UK jobs will be potentially threatened in the coming years by innovations in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). Lower than that of the United States and Germany, respectively...
Since Google started keeping track in 2004, people have used Google to research holidays in Italy, Greece, Austria, Brazil, Thailand...they've searched for cities and islands, for ski resorts and...
The hard times are behind us
Percent Difference of Month Average Car Production
Xiro 3. Hair dryer innovation, the new technological revolution
Hair dryer innovation, the new technological revolution. Presentation of a new technological device, it changes into a new and innovative way how we dry our hair nowadays.
Map of the Internet
Despite decades of growth, demand for more and faster internet connections continues to skyrocket. According to Cisco, total internet traffic for 2016 will exceed a zettabyte. (A one with 21 zeroes...
Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship: A Data Exploration
An exploration of indicators from the World Bank’s TCData360 portal, which tells a story about influential factors on innovation and entrepreneurship. This interactive demo was co-created by...
How countries like China and Russia are able to control the internet
In January 2011, protests broke out across Egypt to demand an end to the despotic and repressive regime of Hosni Mubarak. The protests were largely organized online, through social networks like...
Empathy in an Epidemic
Every day, 91 people overdose on opioids in the United States. Opioid addiction has become an epidemic. Why is it such a big problem? And what can we do to help? In this animation, a...
A visual history of every manned Apollo flight, charting one of mankind's greatest achievements all the way from Kennedy's 'We choose to go to the Moon' speech to Armstrong's 'One Small Step' and...
Mavericks & Heretics
Ignored, Scorned…Vindicated. The maverick scientists whose heretical ideas were proven correct… …eventually.
Cyberthreat real-time map
A real-time map of malware, suspicious emails, and so on. Reported by a variety of digital security companies from across the world.
Decoding Big Pharma’s Secret Drug Pricing Practices
Health insurance companies buy prescription drugs the way U.S. consumers buy cars: There’s the sticker price (which few people actually pay) and there’s the negotiated price.
Why your internet probably doesn’t come through a satellite, but maybe will one day
Most people don’t think twice about the mechanics behind their internet access, or why that access still comes through billions of miles of cables and wires rather than strategically placed...
Visualizing Genetic Relationships
This creative information display makes visual comparisons of my own genetic sequence with that of my grandmother. This work was created with a custom Color SVG Font, “DNA Loops”, which allows a...
The Phylogenetic Roots of Human Lethal Violence
The psychological, sociological and evolutionary roots of conspecific violence in humans are still debated, despite attracting the attention of intellectuals for over two millennia. Conspecific...
We believe that it is far more important for a student to develop statistical intuition than to be able to recite equations. We have developed a collection of 15 interactive visualizations, each of...
The artwork shows data regarding the utilization of robotics in the future
Swab the Subway
Wondering what kind of bacteria could be found in the subway, during an 18 month project started in 2013 physiology professor Christopher Mason collected samples from all subway stations in New...
Global Activity Monitor - Ring Central
The Ring Central Global Business Activity Visualization was designed as a large-screen lobby display showing the aggregates global business activity data (including phone, text and Glip, a...