Last week was pretty much non existent for finding anything on the net. There was a ton to do that Google Reader was barely opened. However what I did notice with what I was saving there was a strong element of visualization. Everything from sparklines to artist’s interpretations of data by hand.
SisTeMu was the name of the musical notation system that a designer in Spain created. The system is based on geometric forms and color.
I really like the idea of taking something like a stamp and making way more interesting with AR. I think it could be quite useful with helping determine what’s inside the package before a person opens it.
The video visualizes time in in sacred geometry with music to understand changes in perception.
There’s a nice cross section of illustrations from Tatiana Plakhova mentioned on Datavisualization.ch. What’s interesting is while they look like they are representing data, however everything is created by hand. This a great example of exploring how data could be explored while not being held back with technical constraints.
A timely post that draws data, politics, war and interfaces together from both the conceptual stage and game environments.
Very cool idea to display data in a tweet. I think there’s tons of potential with dynamic data being displayed in a manner that could be copy + pasted into other forms without images.
While the idea of being able to mount an iPhone on any surface is a great concept, halfway through the video they show it on an egg timer. Why an egg timer—so the iPhone could shoot a 360 photo. Awesome.
There’s a couple common approaches to staying at the top of the digital overload issue.
This drink can be tough for those that aren’t used to the combination of Campari and gin. However I tend to think that people that try it usually order it regularly. It’s one of my favorite drinks year round. When I was in Montreal for a quick trip, I don’t think I saw Campari in one bar that I visited.