If it's an image that displays and explains information quickly and clearly it's an infographic. These on the other hand are head-craning, eye-squinting, eyebrow-raising nightmares that leave you more confused than before you clicked 'next'.
Based in London, MRK creates incredible 3D generative visualizations of scientific theories. The diagrams shown at the link of organelles and cellular processes, as well as many other mind-blowing works, are available for purchase as prints as well. Watching The Flow below as well as the video below it is suggested, as it shows ten to the power of minus five as you travel through a capillary into a world of red and white blood cells, and into a lymphocyte to see its porous nucleus.
'Over the last couple of centuries, data visualisation has developed to the point where it is in everyday use across all walks of life. Many recognise it as an effective tool for both storytelling and analysis, overcoming most language and educational barriers. But why is this? How are abstract shapes and colours often able to communicate large amounts of data more effectively than a table of numbers or paragraphs of text?
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