Co.DesignInfographic: Visualizing Prime Numbers, For People Who Suck At MathCo.DesignJason Davies, a data visualization specialist and computer scientist, created a graphic for the rest of us to picture the unique relationships between prime numbers.
Aviation International NewsGore VR HUD Lets Client Walk Around DesignAviation International Newsby Liz Moscrop AIN writer Liz Moscrop testing out Gore Design's new head-up display to help customers visualize their new aircraft interiors.
“Understanding how external symbol systems function in human cognition is crucial to using them effectively in education,” Newcombe says. “You have to get students learning to read the diagrams. One of the things teachers think is that: diagrams are pictures, you don’t need to teach how to read a diagram. Well, you do.”
Visualizing a Full Day of Airplane Paths in the USAThe Atlantic CitiesAnd thanks to his wizardry with FAA data, we can see how these aircraft drift from city to city in this mesmerizing computer visualization.
The first OpenSimulator Community Conference 2013 may have ended, but we hope that the networks, relationships, friendships, and all of the amazing presentations and content from the conference will continue to have an impact for quite some time to come!
From Pacific Standard (a brief excerpt from a long, worthwhile article about the work of Jeremy Bailenson): A few years ago, a research psychologist at Stanford University named Jeremy Bailenson effectively proved the ...
Nicki Viall creates images of the sun reminiscent of Van Gogh, with broad strokes of bright color splashed on a yellow background. The color of each pixel contains information about the history of heating on the sun.
Singularity HubLearn Science While Playing Video Games? Video Game Maker Valve Makes ...Singularity HubValve is bridging the gap between video games and science education with its 'Teach With Portals' program.
Based on the development of a project in the informal science education area to freshwater lakes and for watershed science, together with UC Davis' W.M. Keck Center for Active Visualization in the Earth Sciences ...
"...visualization of mid and lower Manhattan on MayDay, 2012, plotting the when and where of tweets containing the keywords, MayDay and Occupy (representing a healthy mix of supporters, detractors, and everybody in-between)...
providing excellent insight into the anatomy of an event as it trends in space and time."