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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
Uber and Cabs: Around The Clock
Preface: Why are using the same graphs that were invented in 1786? Science is necessarily methodical, and methodical can be slow. Like any slow process, the evolution and modernizing of the process...
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...
Antimicrobial resistance in Europe
This data visualization shows the resistance of Salmonella and E. Coli in food, animals and humans, country by country. It is based on the results of the European Union summary report on...
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...
The explosion of the internet
Each Line represents a country. Length and Color represent % of country with internet access.
Units of Measurement
Measurements are at the heart of analysis, testing, and discovery. Irish mathematical physicist Lord Kelvin once said, “When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers,...
Inside the Terrex military vehicle at the centre of Singapore-China storm
Nine undeclared military vehicles from Singapore were discovered in Kwai Chung container terminal following a tip-off from mainland law enforcers. “The Terrex” vehicles had taken part in routine...
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...
Deconstructing Myths: A Cosmic Hunt in the Berber sky
For the December 2016 print issue, Scientific American asked Accurat Studio to develop a data visualization centered on the research paper “A Cosmic Hunt in the Berber sky: a Phylogenetic...
Early Hearing Detection
The data is driven from CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) of new born babies each year who did not pass a screening test for hearing ability. The color scheme is pastel pink and...
CloudPost IoT Security Project
CloudPost, an IoT security start-up in Silicon Valley wishes to secure hospital smart devices using cutting edge technology. The Leap Labs was hired to visualize big data, device risk and surface...
How does the impact of a scientist's work change over a scientific career? Does impact, arguably the most relevant performance measure, follow predictable patterns? Can we predict the timing...
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...
Ozone air quality index values
While ozone levels in Clark County, Nevada generally fall into the good to moderate category, they occasionally reach unhealthy to very unhealthy levels between late spring and early autumn,...
A Modern Herbal
For thousands of years, humans have used plants for medicinal purposes, and we still source drugs from plants today, including breakthrough treatments for cancer, malaria, neurodegenerative...
Is a scientific career predictable?
Research on creativity has shown that people tend to produce their most important works when they are young. This is true for scientists too. But a new study finds that this is simply because...
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...
Nuclear Slowdown - Wired UK
The artwork shows the use of Nuclear Reactors from 1950 to 2020
Periodic Table by Nation and Discovery
This artwork shows the periodic table structured according to the nation and year of discovery of each element. Source: Royal Society of Chemistry
3D rendering of weather model output. The viewer floats above the sea, and focuses on a cloud system which formed over an island. The black "arrows" visualise rain falling out of the cloud. Where...
Mavericks & Heretics
Ignored, Scorned…Vindicated. The maverick scientists whose heretical ideas were proven correct… …eventually.
Interactive Brain Art
An innovative digital art installation on the ground floor of the new Jerome L. Greene Science Center on Columbia’s Manhattanville campus invites visitors to peer inside the brain and meet the...
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.
Aircraft Cruiser Admiral Kuznetsov
A TASS project devoted to the development of the first-ever Soviet aircraft carrier equipped with a ski-jump. The text, photos and infographics are stylistically blended into one element, which...
There's Big Money to be Made in Asteroid Mining
If humans were ever able to get their hands on just one asteroid, it would be a game-changer. That’s because the value of many asteroids are measured in the quintillions of dollars, which makes...
Map of Computer Science
Computer science is the subject that studies what computers can do and investigates the best ways you can solve the problems of the world with them. It is a huge field overlapping pure mathematics,...
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...
Visualising Futuristic Technology for National Geographic Channel's Year Million
When National Geographic Channel commissioned Year Million, a 6-part docudrama looking at how humans will live a million years from now, Radical Media tapped Territory to visualise the futuristic...
The World of AR
Augmented Reality (AR) is a new way to see the world. With AR menu and characters, we can achieve all that has been shown on Star Wars, Iron-man, The Minority Report and other Sci-fi films.
So, you want to learn how to code?
Quiz and visualization to help people who are new to programing figure out what language they should start learning. I've seen many friends who want to enter the technology field, but start by...