Jeff Veen, a founding partner of Adaptive Path speaks at the Web2.0 Expo in San Francisco about data visualization and the future of Big Data. Jeff gives a brief history of information design and talks about the future of visualizing self-generated data to find stories important to individuals.
In a well executed short, Jonathan Jarvis explains today’s credit crisis through excellent visuals and a poignant narrative. At a time when so many are learning for the first time how various aspects of the economy work, Jonathan’s video is a welcome surprise. Jonathan Jarvis is a Masters of Fine Arts Candidate at Art Center.
David Armano, VP of Experience Design with Critical Mass, speaks at the Motion Graphics Festival on how to visually convey information, stories, and a point of view.
Effective communication is everyone’s job—whether you are trying to sell in a concept or convince a client. Visual Thinking can help us take in complex information and synthesize it into something meaningful. In an increasingly fragmented and cluttered world, simple imagery, metaphors and mindmaps can get people to understand the abstract and make your ideas tangible. Find out why thinking visually may be one of the most sought after abilities of the 21st century.
Designed by Silke Hilsing, Impress is a display system which allows physical manipulation of the display surface for input purposes. Learn more about this project from concept to prototype on Silke’s Website.
Lev Manovich, Professor of Visual Arts at UCSD, talks about how art studies and high-performance computing are being combined like never before.
The LambdaTable, developed at the University of Illinois Electronic Visualization Lab, is a tiled LCD tabletop display that supports collaborative visualization of ultra-high-resolution data.
PICOL delivers an engadging animated history of the internet. From the 1950s to today, the narative goes into more detail than most overviews while keeping things clear and straight-forward.
Ben Fry, a MIT legend in data visualization, shares his latest work in Computational Information Design at FITC 2006.