Weird Fishes/Arpeggi at Aniboom Stunning submission from Robert Hodgin, creator of flight404.com. All done in Processing.
A couple of really nice, back to back posts on visualizing the news from Visualcomplexity.com. The first is a visualization by Dave Bowker of a week of news from the Guardian newspaper. Dave attempts to connect the dots between sets of articles. The second is a little harder to get into, since the content is
I’m a sucker for pixilated street art like this water fountain.
Many cities in the UK are surrounded by acres of protected land that form Greenbelts. They are what makes my house feel almost like it’s in the countryside, although it’s actually only 15 miles as the crow flies from the bustle of Trafalgar Square. Greenbelts are the result of policies created in the 1930s to
Great bit of coverage on Gizmodo for some force-sensing work coming out of our team in Cambridge. Microsoft: Touchscreens Old and Busted; Force Sensitivity Is New Hotness“Researchers have come up with a prototype of their force-sensing tech that’ll let you apply different kinds of force to a device, like twisting or bending, to do stuff
My sister-in-law’s husband Josh has a new website up for his law firm, Wiley & Terrell, based in Springfield, Missouri. He’s the Terrell half. They cover personal injury and auto accidents. Definitely check it out if you have the need. He’s a very honest guy.
Really nice piece of work. Loads an open parkland where small videos of people come and go. I THINK each person matches one visitor, but I’m not entirely sure. HELLO, WORLD! – SoftBank
For a while I got into the habit of doing really quick portrait sketches in my diary, just before I went to bed. I’d rip out photos of faces from magazines, tuck them into the back of my Moleskine, then pull one out, rather randomly, at night when I was tucked up in bed to