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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
Flooding the Ohio
Mixed media, engraved drywall and screenprint | When looking back on weather data, the numbers can explain what happened atmospherically but can it represent the story of its impact? By designing...
The Hairs of your Head are Numbered
Data theater on the quantified self. The human body is increasingly encountered as a data body. Movements, emotions and states are measured, quantified and transformed into data. At the same...
Skyrocketing House Prices In Hong Kong
Hong Kong has been rated as the least affordable city for housing prices for nine consecutive years. That's what many people may know and only know about the Hong Kong housing market. We believe...
The Art Of Cybersecurity
Commissioned by McMillan for Trend Micro, The Art of Cybersecurity is a series of images, together with a 4K animation born from cybersecurity threat data. The work features three main...
Market Cafe Magazine Issue 1
Market Cafe Magazine is a quarterly zine about data visualization. Reading Market Cafe Magazine you’ll hear from different voices about what designing information means and where it’s going. Our...
Bad Air Days
Bad Air Days presents the 100 most delayed flight routes from UK airports over a 12 month period (April 2016 to May 2017). The graphic breaks the top 100 down by the origin and destination of the...
Vector-izing your text input and creating a text map/vizualisation/digital signature of that text, each map being distinct, gives birth to a pattern which is unique for that text.
From the Frugal to the Ornate: Stories of the Seat in India
The project, From the Frugal to the Ornate: Stories of the Seat in India, investigates and spotlights the seat’s relationship with its sitter, and other people in its periphery. The attempt is to...
Mercury Retrograde Survival Guide
Mercury Retrograde is something I just got into this year and have found super interesting. Basically, 3 or 4 times a year, the planet Mercury does this weird thing where it looks like it's moving...
Solar Eclipse Patterns
The Saros cycle governs the periodicity and recurrence of solar eclipses. When two eclipses are separated by a period of one Saros (period of around 18 years), they share a very similar...
Interesting Facts Behind The Scenes
The purpose of my infographic is to provide a visual representation of the number of projects, total amount of work hours and technology used during a specific period of time. But most importantly,...
IBM Technology Garden
IBM Technology Garden is a realtime installation bringing Wimbledon tennis Championships data to life. Data from match and player statistics, AI video highlights, weather forecasts, cyber security...
Operation Black Buck
A visual documentation of Operation Black Buck - one of the riskiest yet most ambitious missions the RAF has ever carried out. This print visualises the complex dance of the multiple air-to-air...
Park Life is a physical installation consisting of painted panels that visualizes the diversity of animal life found in five U.S. National Parks: Death Valley, Glacier, Grand Teton, Hot Springs,...
King James Vs COBE
The King James Bible, and how it appears using the same color-scale as the historic COBE map of the cosmic microwave background that famously showed the afterglow from the big bang. (Blue=negative...
Open Data Cam
Open Data Cam' is a tool that helps to quantify the world. With computer vision 'Open Data Cam' understands and quantifies what it sees. The simple DIY setup allows everybody to become an urban...
On the Clock - A Time-Diary of our Lives
A handmade data object designed by three members of Starschema’s Data Visualization team; created purely for experimentation and outside work hours. The project was originally submitted to the Dear...
How Long Does it Take to (Quick) Draw a Dog?
An exploration of drawing time in Google's Quickdraw dataset
Three Years Of Meetings
Will most meetings be remote in the future? This was the question that sparked my curiosity and inspired my exploration of every one of my work meetings from the last 3 years (Aug. 2016 - Aug....
How Long Does it Take to (Quick) Draw a Dog?
This piece looks at the newly released Google Quick, Draw dataset of over 50 million doodles and focuses on the length of time it takes the ameatur artists to draw a selection of these doodles. The...
This is a data art collection of 4 + 1, both hiding and revealing data about some of the most important elements that we humans (now) need to live; Earth, Water, Air, Sun + Digital. They all stem...
EPFL Data Monolith
The EPFL Data Monolith presents an immersive data perspective on the complex microcosmos that constitutes university life. It is on display at the Data Square exhibition in the ArtLab building at...
Whale Songs Decoded
Yaps and fin slaps, growls and groans—whales use a wide range of sounds to communicate. But only five whale species are known to sing, with humpbacks the unrivaled musical masters of the sea. This...
One day I decided to analyze how much time I spend with my iPhone. I calculated the data for July 2020. As a result, I decided not only to reduce the time in social media, but also to turn the...
Roads in You
What if there are roads that match your veins? Roads in You is an interactive biometric-data artwork that allows participants to scan their veins and find the roads that match their vein lines...
Reading In The 21st Century
The intention of this infographic is to inform viewers about both the differences between how we learn on digital screens versus print media and reading preferences.
My typical days
My Typical Day compares two different schedules when I work on-site in an office and work remotely from home. For me, the biggest advantage of working from home is longer quality time in the...
SORTING is an algorithm visualization and sonification work created by Yuan Ren. Through computer programming, the sorting history, data comparison, data swap, absolute error, residual sum of...
Global Fishing Activity
People depend on a healthy ocean. It regulates our climate, provides a vital food source for three million people and supports the livelihoods for hundreds of millions. But one of the biggest...
Sexual assault in America has existed for centuries, yet not at any one time has the concentration of them publicly surfaced as much as in the last quarter of 2017. Spawning #MeToo, #TimesUp and...