warrenellis + dataviz   16

"At around the same time, someone told me about an app called Cardiio, which could read your heart rate with the iPhone camera"
design  dataviz 
july 2014 by warrenellis
The Conversation Prism by Brian Solis and JESS3
The Conversation Prism is a visual map of the social media landscape
web  social  net  dataviz 
july 2013 by warrenellis
Chris Heathcote: anti-mega: kindleframe
"One of the things I talked about at UX London (which I will write up soon) was a thing called Kindleframe. I realised that every morning I checked on a few apps that did a few things – the weather for the day, how the tubes were running, and my two calendars, work and home. Well, if I remembered I checked. And when I didn’t, I was always caught out by a tube line being out of action or that it would be raining heavily later."
may 2013 by warrenellis
via @craigmod - live visualisation of every train running in Japan
october 2012 by warrenellis
A Real-Time Map of Global Cyberattacks - Global - The Atlantic Wire
"Cyberattacks are happening constantly across the globe, and now you can see what that looks in real-time with this map by the Honeynet Project that shows so many attacks, it looks and feels like it's straight out of an apocalyptic war movie."
dataviz  comms  war  crime 
october 2012 by warrenellis
What the New Brian Eno Album, Lux, Will Likely Sound Like
Contains a video talk by Eno: "Part of the role of these diagrams is to explain how the works function, how those simple elements in the Riley work are intended to be repeated at the musician’s discretion, and how the Reich consists of loops that phase in and out. The diagrams also serve the purpose of distinguishing the music from that which would be traditionally depicted as a series of notes on staffs. And, finally, the diagrams allow him to move into a second set of images depicting how organizations are structured."
music  dataviz 
october 2012 by warrenellis
The NutriSmart system would put RFIDs into your food for enhanced information
"Mr. Harms, who is currently a design engineering student at the Royal College of Art in London, has designed the NutriSmart system. The system is based on edible RFID tags that will tell you more about your food then you ever wanted to know."
rfid  spimeworld  dataviz  tech  med 
may 2011 by warrenellis
Money as Big Data: Mapping the History of Filthy Lucre
"...allowing for the custom visualization of numismatic data might lead to intuitive leaps in the understanding of history by economists, art historians, classicists and others that both the coins themselves and the data itself would not."
dataviz  history 
march 2011 by warrenellis
2010 Music Website Heat Map
"Based on estimated traffic data from Compete, this visualization depicts web-based music consumption in the U.S. in 2010. Included are websites where music is streamed and/or downloaded. Due to accurate sample rate availability (and in the interest of sanity) websites with less than 100,000 monthly visits are omitted. The map is to scale. Larger map areas represent higher website traffic. Green indicates positive growth in 2010. Red indicates negative growth in 2010."
stats  dataviz 
february 2011 by warrenellis

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