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Climbing higher, one step at the time
Flight altitude records with a balloon and with a fixed-wing aircraft. Some, but not all of the records were certified by the non-profit international aviation organization, the Fédération...
Toronto Raptors Season History
From the franchise's birth in 1995 to it's championship win in 2019, the Toronto Raptors' 24 year history is visualized using barcode charts.
Ben Stokes - A Tale Of Two Innings
An infographic looking at two of Ben Stokes finest test innings for England. The comparison looks at the 135 scored vs Australia and the 258 against South Africa in 2016.
Streaking is a review of Major League Baseball’s wins, losses, runs scored, and streaks for each and every major league baseball team. For each team, there are two charts, each displaying...
2018 World Cup Predictions
During the 2018 World Cup we predicted the results of each game in real-time. The result was a collection of animated charts visualizing the triumph and heartbreak of the entire tournament. Readers...
New York’s celebrated and diverse restaurant culture at “the center of the universe” inspired FOODIVERSE, a visualization of food quality and customer experience in all Manhattan restaurants. It...
NBA Network - NBA Top Players Network Interactive Visualization
Basketball is all about team. We love top NBA players because they play hard to fight for their team's win. However, we don't yet have an easy way to explore how they are connected to each other,...
Dos Juegos - Display Of Sports Trajectories
Dos Juegos is an analysis and study of sports performance in contact sports from a different perspective. This is an experimental project which analyses sport trajectories to empower the...
Ain't no mountain high enough
The artwork shows ascents of Everest and K2 in the last 20 years
How Technology and Smarts Help Athletes Push the Limits
Science is helping to create new training methods and amazing performances by athletes such as swimmer Katie Ledecky. How much faster, stronger, and better can humans get?