Archive for the ‘Visualisation’ Category

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november 21, 2007

gpsdrawing

gpsdiary

flow_map_layout

paulalevine

dune-n-devil

worldometers

sfgate

worldmapper

personalworldmap

centerfoldmap

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november 21, 2007

many-eyes

twitter

introducing-the-matrix-chart

Word_Tree

visualization-of-us-flight-patterns

howfar

Camera Tracking Map

november 21, 2007

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You Are Here tracks and displays the paths of visitors traveling through a large public space. The system displays the aggregate paths of the last two hundred visitors along with blobs representing the people currently being tracked. When viewers approach the work, they can display the live video image with the paths of currently tracked visitors. Video and more here

Word Map Search Google

november 21, 2007

a world map illustrating the origin & content of the most popular search queries via Google, revealing the preferences & interests of the world population. the map is based on data from the Google Zeitgeist statistics of 30 different countries from April to June 2006.

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Word Map Of Users

november 21, 2007

cool audio/visual experience as a world map interface representing the geographical location & amount of users & views of the website, along with personal links & blogs of the visitors.

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Movie Scene Movement Tool

november 21, 2007

Recreating Movement is a computer program for analysing film sequences and has been developed within a diploma thesis.

With the help of various filters and settings Recreating Movement makes it possible to extract single frames of any given film sequence and arranges them behind each other in a three-dimensional space. This creates a tube-like set of frames that “freezes” a particular time span in a film. By using the keyboard the viewer can browse through the sequence of frames, chose any kind of view of the sequence of frames and influence the displayed frames directly via a displayable menu bar.

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