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An interactive data model to provide actionable insights as to the departure delays of domestic flights within the USA.
A data visualisation model to provide insights into the airport departure delays for Virgin America (or any other airline operator). The model analyses 500,000 domestic flights within the USA ...
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...
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,...
The longest running study on wild elephants
The scientists at the Amboseli Trust for Elephant have studied the same population of elephants since 1972. They know most individuals by name, as well as their genealogy. We built this...
The timeline of human evolution
This illustrated story of the human evolution spans from the first cell to Charles Darwin in 7.27 meters with 259 beautiful flat illustrations. In this survey, all the most relevant species are...
Global Trends in Healthcare / 5 Part Infographic for Siemens Healthcare
The submitted artwork summarizes in visual illustrations five animated trend infographics for Siemens Healthcare. Each infographic by itself represents a trend island in the healthcare industry,...
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.
The Map of Physics
Physics can be defined simply as the study of matter and energy. But that simple definition covers an enormous range of topics. There’s the classical physics you learned about in high school: It...
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...
Chemical Safety Laboratory
Designing a lab for synthesis and handling of highly toxic chemicals.
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...
Children's mental illness and wellbeing at age 11
What influences children’s risk of developing poor mental health or low wellbeing, and what could protect them from these adversities? CLS researchers analysed information from more than 12,000...
Collectively sick. Or not?
This browser-based computer simulation lets the reader explore for themselves how various infectious diseases spread and what the effect of vaccination is. It demonstrates that the decision to...
Why Are so Many Babies Born around 8:00 A.M.?
Charts often aggregate across time to simplify the numbers. Instead, for this visual made for Scientific American, the focus has been on visualizing the number of babies born across different time...
Deaths relating to drug poisoning in England and Wales.
As someone who has seen the damage drug abuse does to people I was inspired to create this infographic with the main purpose of displaying clarity and understanding. We often hear the names of...
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...
50 shades of black market
The visualization represents the prices ($ US) of several sets of illicit goods, around the world, organized from left to right according to their economic value. Whenever possible, it’s given...
The Tools Animals Use
Some animal groups have displayed more than 20 ways of using tools while others demonstrate just a few, scientists say. Orangutans borrow canoes to forage for aquatic plants. Octopuses carry...
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 explosion of the internet
Each Line represents a country. Length and Color represent % of country with internet access.
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.
The safest cars of the last eleven years
IIHS Top safety picks since 2006 visualized by make, manufacturer, and model. A work realized for Titlemax.com
Over the Counter
In China today, people pay more and more attention to their health problems, while medical information is often too dense and complex for most people to understand. In view of this, we examined...
The hard times are behind us
Percent Difference of Month Average Car Production
Ant Optimization Algorithm Visualization
Swarm intelligence is a project that uses data visualization to tell a story about ants daily behavior, and how they are inspiring human beings to simulate their behavior to solve tricky problems...
Our business model enables unprecedented data science, not only in recommendation systems, but also in human computation, resource management, inventory management, algorithmic fashion design and...
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...
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...
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...