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Thoughts on Animation in Visualization

Thoughts on Animation in Visualization

This talk has been given as part of the symposium «Expanded Animations – Mapping an Unlimited Landscape» on September 5ᵗʰ at Ars Electronica 2013.

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Benjamin Wiederkehr

September 05, 2013
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  1. Thoughts on Animation in Visualization presented by Interactive Things 1

  2. Don’t judge

  3. Stay open

  4. Invent new ways

  5. presented by Interactive Things Animation as 1 Narration 5

  6. David McCandless: Debtris

  7. The New York Times: Olympic Games Visualizations

  8. presented by Interactive Things Animation as 2 Introduction 8

  9. Periscopic: Guns http://guns.periscopic.com

  10. Pitch Interactive: Drones http://drones.pitchinteractive.com

  11. presented by Interactive Things Animation as 3 Transition 11

  12. Mike Bostock: D3.js Showcase, http://d3js.org

  13. Vincent Meertens: Timemaps, http://timemaps.nl

  14. Jer Thorp: Kepler Exoplanet Candidates

  15. presented by Interactive Things Animation as 4 Attribute 15

  16. Interactive Things: Sievert Visualization, http://fukushima.nzz.ch

  17. Jonathan Harris & Sep Kamvar: We Feel Fine, http://wefeelfine.org

  18. presented by Interactive Things Animation as 5 Representation 18

  19. Aaron Koblin: Flight Pattern

  20. Fernanda Viegas & Martin Wattenberg: Wind Map, http://hint.fm/wind

  21. Interactive Things: Ville Vivante, http://villevivante.ch

  22. Ray & Charles Eames: Powers of Ten

  23. presented by Interactive Things Thanks! Benjamin Wiederkehr interactivethings.com 23