See the other maps here: http://gallery1988andrewdegraff.blogspot.de/
Yesterday I was there.
Today I am here.
The two are light years apart.
note: Kinect should be seen as a turning point where it’s only about a remote control sensor – and the body becomes the controller. Still a great graphic!
More about the poster: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1664994/infographic-of-the-day-a-family-tree-for-…
found by Scott Paterson
via Jo Wedenigg
Nice overview – just don’t trust the numbers…
“… The Noun Project collects, organizes and adds to the highly recognizable symbols that form the world’s visual language, so we may share them in a fun and meaningful way. …”
RT @thulme: There’s something very poetic about honoring someone’s life with a beautiful infographic: via @paulbennett101
read the article here http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2011/01/seven-billion/kunzig-text
found via http://lobenstein.posterous.com/
To add something: while the global population (also in the US) keeps on growing, societies like Germany are slowly shrinking (and getting older). One of the reasons why there’s more and more misunderstanding…
found by Alexander Franz.
“… Interviewing almost 50,000 consumers across 46 countries, including all BRIC and most N-11 markets, Digital Life is the largest, most comprehensive study of the Global Digital Consumer, ever. These markets represent 88% of the global Digital population; we cover markets from where Digital is close to ubiquitous to those beginning their digital journey whether through PC at home, mobile or internet cafés. …”
Impressive and very well visualized. Sometimes quant actually is good 😉
Biologie des Bratendufts (1926) (Biology of the smell of roasted meat)
check out his other graphics – probably best to buy the new book (http://www.fritz-kahn.com/book.php?site=book&lang=en)
Found via SpOn / einestages (http://einestages.spiegel.de/static/topicalbumbackground/15861/im_inneren_der…
starting my maps series with these great ones.