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Moby Dick: Or, The Imprecision Of Genetic Testing
Imagine Herman Melville’s 1851 classic Moby Dick, as if it were the human genome. The entrant has supplied multiple files for this work:  
Information visualization for La Lettura, Il Corriere della Sera Date of publication: 29|04|18 The visualization shows an overview of the cryptocurrencies market in April 2018. It relates...
The Floral Patterns & Lifecycles Of Plants
Structuring and organising information has always been a way to familiarise myself with new things. It’s how I understand and interact with information systems around me. It’s also how I learn new...
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...
Apollo 11 - A Stop Motion Story
A web interactive Stop Motion animation of 1380 handmade vector illustrations about the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, containing explanations, original dialogues, interesting facts, doubts and...
Visualizing Shark Numbers
Visualizing Shark Numbers is an interactive story that incorporates data visualizations and scientific illustrations with the purpose of highlighting the diversity of sharks and shedding light on...
Chemical Safety Laboratory
Designing a lab for synthesis and handling of highly toxic chemicals.
The International Space Station - The First 50 Expeditions
The International Space Station (ISS) is one of the greatest endeavours ever undertaken by the human race, representing the peak of scientific ingenuity and global cooperation. This data...
Mind the Pharmaceutical Gap, Please
This week’s medical infographic poster explains the possible side effects of prescription drugs. Since most of the side effects were specific to an organ system, I decided to make a London tube map...
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...
Rodent Activity Transmissions* (RAT) systems uses real-time data to allow us a peek into the lives of a colony of naked mole-rats (Heterocephalus glaber). The project consist of a data artwork "A...
Making Sense of Skills
Nesta has developed, and visualised, the most comprehensive public classification of skills available in the UK. We hope that the taxonomy will help workers and students learn more about the skills...
I'm not feeling well
A visualisation of search trends and patterns for health issues via Google searches. The project explains how seasonal factors can affect the interest in certain diseases and tells the story of...
Arctic Sea Ice
Visualizing the shrinking extent of Arctic Sea Ice from 1989 to 2017.
Robots Are Coming for These Wall Street Jobs
Wall Street is entering a new era. The fraternity of bond jockeys, derivatives mavens and stock pickers who've long personified the industry are giving way to algorithms, and soon, artificial...
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...
Inside The American Factory Farm
The increased industrialization of farm animals has not only affected the number of animals processed every year, but has also had immense environmental effects on the air, land, and water of the...
Combatting Climate Change?
The European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) is one of the EU's cornerstones in its strategy for cutting emissions of manmade carbon dioxide (CO2). This visual piece explores how it works...
‘Astronauts’ is a special TASS project that takes an in depth look at mankind’s accomplishments in outer space following the first manned flight by Yuri Gagarin in 1961. The project is designed in...
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...
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...
To create a series of graphics explaining the benefits of eating a low GI diet and how it can overcome weight and diabetes. For this project I approached it using the raw data to build the concept...
Ocean Observation Real-Time Poster
The Ocean Observation Real-Time Poster is a master thesis project in cooperation with the GEOMAR Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research, Kiel. The interactive poster will be installed on an expedition...
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...
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
In the race to put self-driving vehicles on the street by 2021, major automakers and suppliers are partnering with, investing in and acquiring smaller component makers and technology start-ups
Meet the Neighbors
This visual shows all the stars that we’ve discovered within 20 light years from our Solar system, and the exoplanets belonging to 12 of those stars. When comparing the types of stars, it becomes...
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...
Global Health Check
How has the world's health changed in your lifetime? Put yourself at the centre of our Global Health Check.
The Drake Equation
In 1961, Astronomer Frank Drake came up with an equation to estimate how many detectable extraterrestrial civilizations might exist in our galaxy. Each variable is a crucial factor for the...