Explore Chris Harrison, Chris D'elia, and more!

Explore related topics

Chen, X. (2013). A 'Whom Do You Hang With?' Map Of America. Retrieved from http://www.npr.org/sections/krulwich/2013/04/16/177512687/a-whom-do-you-hang-with-map-of-america   I like how the outline of the British cities are not drawn out with a hard line, rather they use squares in different colors to define a boarder.

A 'Whom Do You Hang With?' Map Of America

British Phone Map - compared with U., calls tend to stay within more clearly defined geographic regions

Two favourite visualisations of satellites orbiting earth

From Quartz, an interactive graphic of every active satellite orbiting earth – all 1200 of them (as at August

Census Dotmap

Cool census dot-map of the US, Canada and Mexico created by Brandon Martin-Anderson. One dot for each person counted in the last census --

Go West! - Wired Italia on Behance

Layout and curation of the Go West investigation at Wired Italia

DURR - a watch without a display… but vibrates every 5 minutes. I predict that you will ignore it. Reminds me of the time when I received push notifications for everything before I decided to mute 90%.

DURR - theo tveterås and lars marcus vedeler of norwegian design collective skrekkøgle have developed ‘DURR’, a shivering bracelet that creates a series of haptic rhythms every 5 minutes.

Image Spark - Image tagged "map of scientific collaboration between researchers", "map", "web" - sfearheiley

This is the up-close map of scientific collaboration. The map was created by research analyst Olivier Beauchesne at Science-Metrixm who examined scientific collaboration around the world from 2005 to

24h of traffic

Pedro Miguel Cruz has published some videos of his master thesis in information visualization and interaction design at DEI/FBA. The visualizations displays the traffic evolution in Lisbon during

アーロンコブリン - Google 検索

"Making Data Beautiful", from the Wall Street Journal:"Aaron Koblin's New York Talk Exchange shows, in real time, the volume of telephone and internet data flowing to other cities.