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Old 03-25-2010, 07:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Infographics

Educate your fellow members by emphasizing facts, notions, and trending views via a visualized wonderment of colors, diagrams and changing font.

This is Infographics.


Infographics by Alice Cho in SEED Magazine


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Old 03-25-2010, 10:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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For us Americans Wallstats has one of the most significant and suprisingly easily readable informative "posters" I've ever seen: Death and Taxes (nonflash image version Here). Linked because the real thing is 3500x2300 so a thumbnail would be useless.

It's a graphical representation of the yearly US discretionary budget arranged in a very self explanatory way. To get you started: Every circle is sized relative to the total discretionary budget, labelled in it's amount and percentage (red for expense, green for income), and the circle itself is a logo representing what the money is being spent.
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Old 03-27-2010, 03:08 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Outstanding contribution above. Kinda gives me pause to immediately jump into the sillier stuff, so for now, actual beneficial knowledge to learn, be aware of, and realize.

The History of Video Game Development | Illustrated as Flow Chart (click on the link to view the huge image, in detail)

the link/image above is by no means definitive, as is realized and currently being discussed in the comments section of the article.


also, there is this:
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the videogame history timeline (beta)


Game history timeline designed, programmed and compiled by Mauricio Giraldo Arteaga. This is an ongoing project. Feedback and comments are welcome.
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Old 04-01-2010, 01:49 PM   #4 (permalink)
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in response to World Conservation Day, Earth Hour, Arbor Day, and more...



Top Carbon Emitters
by woonder

In 2007, China made it to the world’s biggest producer of carbon dioxide - the
primary greenhouse gas responsible for global warming. Rapid economic growth
in China has fueled massive energy demand from burning of high carbon-emitting
fossil fuels - oil, gas and coal.

Data Source: Reuters, 2007.




Our Shrinking Earth

Population growth is exerting an increasing pressure on the planet. Number on
images of Earth reflects the shrinking size of land per capita (in hectares of land
per capita) since 1900 as the population increased. By 2050, the world population
is expected to rise to 9.2 billion.

Data Source: Global Environment Outlook 4 (GEO-4), UNEP


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Part of a set of dropped infographics produced for the office coffee table book on urban sustainability.
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Old 04-02-2010, 04:15 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Population of the Dead

(click the image to download the full-size portrayal, only if you want to see it bigger)

by Jonathan Gosier

all information provided and detailed by the graphic are taken from sources within the last six months.

header (synopsis) from the image:
The numbers are highly speculative but are as accurate as modern science allows. It’s widely accepted that prior to 2002 there had been somewhere between 106 and 140 billion homo sapiens born to the world. The graphic below uses the conservative number (106 bn) as the basis for a concentric circle graph. The red dot in the center is scaled to represent how many people are currently living (red) versus the dead (white). The vertical line represents time. The spectral graph shows the population ‘benchmarks’ that were used to estimate the population over time. Adding up the population numbers gets you to 106 billion. The two spheres are then used to compare against other numbers.

read more about the speculation, debate and 'carrying capacity' of our world's resources from the source of visualization here.
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Old 04-03-2010, 06:59 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I absolutely love infographics, especially Victorian infographics:













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Japan - The Strange Country






originally seen here:
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Graphic designer Kenichi Tanaka’s animated infographic “Japan — The Strange Country” covers everything you wanted to know about Japan,
but were too busy warbling along to the Cowboy Bebop closing credits song to ask.


In his words (Tanaka): "This is my final thesis project. I created info-graphic, motion piece. My objective is to make Japanese people to think about that everything happening here in Japan, isn’t that normal. So I created this video from foreigner’s point of view, rather than Japanese people’s point of view."

Watch it on vimeo -- Japan: The Strange Country
~ 11 min. in length, short doc.




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How To Feed The World



How To Feed The World
is a 9-minute film directed by Denis van Waerbeke for an exhibition called
'Bon' Appetit at a science museum in Paris. It’s mainly aimed at kids aged 9 to 14, so the tone is slighty educational,
but the inventive graphics and energetic animation keep the tone light and funny, while also illustrating a serious situation.



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Old 04-07-2010, 10:49 AM   #9 (permalink)
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http://www.tfproject.org/tfp/found-n...ing-world.html

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I wanted this to spark a discussion elsewhere, but I couldn't accurately decide where to put this video. I suppose I could have put it in General Discussion, but I shall just drop it here because it just might disappear in time.
FYI: This is a small documentary of sorts, which runs about 20 minutes in length.


The info may be a bit outdated, as the conference was shot over four years ago, but--I still it is worth a good look for those that have misconceptions about nations the world over.
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A Graphic History of Newspaper Circulation Over the Last Two Decades - The Awl

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John Kumahara Blog Archive Unboxing the iPad Data

I'll allow anyone who actually is interested in viewing the relevant data for ipad purchases, usage, and percentage of impact in current American markets (less than a month after its release) to view the author's comments about his endeavor, and the graphics in which he decided to illustrate to mark a point.

The image infographical can be view full-sized here.
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Something a little more technical, the Steam Hardware Survey. Pretty much the largest of it's kind, it's a pretty respectable benchmark for what the average gamer has in their computer: Steam Hardware Survey
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click HERE to download the original size image; to just view larger, click directly on the image below)

skeletal transparency
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Old 04-12-2010, 09:19 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Old 04-12-2010, 09:53 AM   #15 (permalink)
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darn, I had the perfect little chart (dry-humour-related) to follow RedLemon's post above, but I've misplaced it.

Just have some supposed facts instead, about the internet:

a day in the life: A Day in the Internet (click to jump to site and view image full-size)

a year in review: The State of the Internet (2009) (same as before)
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Should've been a part of the sarcasmgraphic pointing out how many of those infographics were "Art Project" infographics that just confused the reader instead of making things easier to understand as a whole.
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infographics tied into each other, based on recent global natural events.



The volcanic eruption of Eyjafjallajökull has certainly had an effect on the
landscape of the European continent thus far, as well as its people, but also
that of its transportation, and future environmental awareness.



rolling updates towards European airport shutdowns, also showing the
projected relative concentration levels of the Eyjafjallajökull ash cloud."
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to follow-up my previous post, there is this article:



This Thursday April 15, 2010 satellite image annotated and provided by NOAA
shows volcanic ash from Iceland sweeping toward mainland Europe. Eurocontrol,
the European air traffic agency, said the travel disruptions that reverberated
throughout the world Thursday were even worse on Friday, with about 11,000
flights expected to operate in Europe instead of the usual 28,000. It said delays
will continue well into Saturday as the massive yet invisible ash cloud moves
slowly south and east.
--(AP Photo/NOAA)
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celebrating 20-some odd years...




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The Limits to Growth
is a 1972 book modeling the consequences of a rapidly growing world population and finite resource supplies,




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The ranks of millionaires, now more than ten million strong, are swelling one BRIC at a time. That's because Brazil, Russia, India, and China are enjoying some of the highest rates of growth in millionaires. According to an annual report on world wealth, the population of those with a million U.S. dollars in assets, not including home value, rose most last year in stock-strong India (up 23%), manufacturing giant China (20%), and ethanol-exporting Brazil (19%), with gas-and oil-rich Russia (14%) surging too. They're joining the usual suspects: the U.S. (the most millionaires total), Switzerland (most per capita), North America (per continent).

But whether you’re from a BRIC or an Old Money nation, a million bucks isn’t what it used to be. Thanks to global inflation, it's now worth a mere $455,000 in 1983 dollars.

So has being a millionaire lost its cachet? That’s rich. “The word is fixed in the popular imagination,” says sociologist Leonard Beeghley. “It’s still what people aspire to. Perception hasn’t caught up with economic reality.”
—Jeremy Berlin




SHOW ME THE MONEY
In 2007, the world's 10.1 million millionaires were worth $40.7 trillion. These are the nations with the most millionaires per capita:

1 Switzerland (2.7% of population)
2 United Arab Emirates (1.8%)
3 Singapore (1.7%)
4 Norway (1.3%)
5 Japan (1.2%)
6 United States and Germany (1%)

GRAPHIC: OLIVER UBERTI, NG STAFF; ZACH FERRIOLA-BRUCKENSTEIN
SOURCE: CAPGEMINI/MERRILL LYNCH, WORLD WEALTH REPORT, 2008


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Killer Earth
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Colours in Cultures (and what they respectively represent)


By David McCandless & AlwaysWithHonor.com

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This Decade in... Cell Phones (click this link to view the infographical image, full-size)

Alternatively, if you are wary of links off-site, for whatever reason, I've encapsulated the image below, hotlinked, inside the [hide] tags.
What’s happened with cell phones this decade?   click to show 


more infographics pertaining to and relating solely towards cellphones and their functions can be found HERE
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The Wide, Wide World of Robots

After some internal debate, I thought it better that I just enclose this image within the HIDE Function, even though it is relatively small in size, for an Infographic.

Anyway, Here is "The Wide World of Robots". Please to enjoy.   click to show 


Design & Illustration by Jason Peters


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Design by David McCandless, with additional aid from Matt Hancock
Research by David McCandless & James Key

Data here: http://www.bit.ly/InDeepWater


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Physics of: Pro Tennis (Borg)


Physics of: Championship Boxing (Ali)


Physics of: The NFL (Payton)


Physics of: Pro Basketball (Jordan)
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Evolution of Storage




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(as always, click the pic to enlarge to full resolution)


Trembling Giants - The Earth's Oldest Trees by Michæl Paukner
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Pretty cool but it fails to differentiate between which are "clonal organisms" which grow and die but have the same genetic code and true single organisms.
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Big Brothers


The Earth's Satellites, created and illustrated by Michæl Paukner


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Our Amazing Planet

From Top to Bottom   click to show 


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Our Astounding Society


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World Map Of Touristyness


although the above visualization may be difficult to see (though you can always click it to 'embiggen')

I think the point gets across quickly, when realizing the title of it.
It shows a trending and geographical survey of the world's most popular tourist attractions,
with that of the 'hot spots' being denoted by the rising and warmer colors.

also, the official word...

author's comments:
Great places-to-avoid heatmap, using distribution of photos on Panoramio. Nice idea! By BlueMoon.ee


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McD in the US, visualized (click the image to view larger)



You’re looking at a map of the contiguous United States visualized by distance to the nearest McDonald’s.

The map was created by Steven Von Worley, who was inspired by the appearance of a McDonald’s literally in the middle of nowhere, in the Los Angelos basin. Both the map, a larger wallpaper size version, and the explanation for how it was created are HERE.


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The Crisis of Credit [visualized]
Writing, direction, animation & sound by Jonathan Jarvis
(this is a short doc student film)

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The goal of giving form to a complex situation like the credit crisis is to quickly supply the essence of the situation to those unfamiliar and uninitiated. This project was completed as part of my thesis work in the Media Design Program, a graduate studio at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
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Washington "Wasting" $22 Million by Not Taxing Pot | Seattle Weekly
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Vampire Energy - Issue 008 - GOOD
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The IPhone era


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This Decade in... Cell Phones (click this link to view the infographical image, full-size)

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What’s happened with cell phones this decade?   click to show 


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