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How to Fix a Broken Heart (Literally)
This information design project was inspired by a real-life medical case (Atrial Septum Defect), where the patient was a having a heart procedure to block a “hole” in her heart. I used cut paper to...
A Changing Arctic
Trends in sea-ice thickness and volume are an important indicator of Arctic climate change. While sea ice thickness observations are sparse, here we utilize a ocean-ice model, PIOMAS (Zhang and...
This infographic reflects our evolving awareness of space, showing discovery and exploration of planets in our solar system, and the recent accelerated pace of exoplanet discoveries driven by new...
The Great Rush To Replicate The Brain
The history of artificial intelligence development and the benefits that neuromorphic computers could bring. Infographic designed for the weekly RLab: nature, science and technology Repubblica...
J-20 Five Generation Fighter Graphic And Outline Of China's Aircraft And Global Aircraft Data
The advanced equipment and performance data of the fifth generation fighter "J-20" in China are introduced by means of information diagrams. The basic information of Chinese military aircraft in...
Every Nobel laureate by country, prize and academic affiliation.
Visualizing Toxicity in Twitter Conversations
In late June, Deb Roy approached me to ask if I would be interested in doing some visualization work for a presentation he’d be giving at Twitter’s all-hands event with Bridgit Mendler. The...
London Atmospheric Emissions Inventory 2013
Greater London Annual Mean NO2 modelled concentrations for 2020 on a 20m grid.
Discovering The Elements
A timeline of when the elements were discovered.
Global Carbon Budget 2017
Designed as an A4 printed giveaway graphic for delegates as well as a vehicle for presentation purposes at the COP23 Climate change meeting in Bonn. This is an update on previous graphics to...
The Wonderful World Of Quantum Computing
An infographic story about how quantum computing works. The last pages are about the research/project TU Delft EEMC faculty is doing in this area. This infographic story is mainly created for...
Billions Of Birds Migrate. Where Do They Go?
Migratory birds have made their thousand-mile flights for milennia, but we are just now learning to map their mesmerizing journeys.
Am I going to be Replaced by a Machine?
This work draws on data from an Oxford University study, ‘The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation’, which categorises U.S. occupations according to their...
Exposure To Frostbite
Visualizing the time it takes for frost bite to occur based on wind speed and air temperature.
The Many Moons of Jupiter
From Galileo Galilei to modern day, this data visualization maps over 400 years of Jovian discovery, displaying every currently known moon of Jupiter, each one featuring the year of discovery,...
What's in your virtual wallet? An illustrated guide to bitcoin
Despite generating breathless coverage throughout the year, bitcoin still baffles many. Follow the path below for a working sense of how the cryptocurrency that has shot up in value this year...
Limbo Lines: Dead Here, Alive There
Brain death’s role in the uncertainties of death
Water is not only the source of life, but also the material basis of social economic development and social progress. However, water resources are scarce in China, the thirteenth largest in the...
A data visualization to see how climate change is increasing temperatures in Zaragoza. Through graphics we will see, and consult the maximum and minimum temperatures, tropical nights and frosts...
Timeline Of The Far Future
Timeline of the Far Future – an interactive web experience invites users to the macroscopic world that visualizes events spanning from the beginning of the 11th millennium to the furthest reaches...
In China, there are three expressways that are among the most in the world. He has crossed most of the country and has gathered the wisdom and sweat of many laboring people. After his success, the...
How Will Automation Affect Different U.S. Cities and Professions?
New research shows how automation will affect American cities and professions. The researchers calculated the average likelihood that a job will be automated in the coming decades, and then...
The Search Engine of Cyber Security
Cybersecurity content is often in service of a product. It is a young industry built on top of funding rounds, valuations and products. As an end user of cyber security solutions, it's not always...
Elon Musk Is Getting SpaceX Closer to Mars, One Rocket at a Time
For this graphic, we take users through an illustrated history of SpaceX rocket launches. Using a system of whimsical symbols and icons, we detail the story of each launch from launchpad to orbit....
This is visualization of arbitrary vector fields. A vector field assigns velocity and direction to every point on a plane. I drop thousands of particles on a plane and let them flow according to...
Tide Of Lies
After years of detective work, it's still unclear why a Japanese doctor faked dozens of clinical trials.
Dynamic Planet Interactive Scientific Poster
The Interactive Scientific Poster „Dynamic Planet” was designed and developed for the exhibition „Focus Earth” of the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences in Potsdam. One of the main...
Satellites: 60 Years In Orbit
Over 8000 satellites belonging to 70+ nations have been launched into the Earth’s orbit since the first Sputnik. We commemorate 60 years of space exploration with an interactive 3D-map of every...
Searching for Health
Google Trends data allows us to see what people are searching for at a very local level. This visualization tracks the top searches for common health issues in the United States, from Cancer to...
I'm Not Feeling Well
To everything there is a season, and diseases are no different. Google search patterns show us what health issues people worry about, when they worry about them, and how epidemics spread through...