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I argued that under the influence of mobile and locative media, cartography has changed from being a predominantly geographical medium in which the representation of space and place is central, to a social medium in which online social networking acquires a cartographic element. Our mediated social relations are now being ‘rooted’ in physical places.

Already in 1946 geographer J.K. Wright proposed in front of the Association of American Geographers that the earth had been largely mapped by conventional geographical method. The time had come to map our earth all over again. Wright called upon geographers to map folk knowledge of places, and more aesthetic experiences of our environments. This would vastly expand the terrain of classic geography to include what Wright called ‘geosophical’ knowledge.

Puta texto. Versa sobre muita coisa que temos lido por aí sobre a interseção entre celular e GPS.

É tocante o esforço que fazemos para nos levar a sério. E inútil.

Em 6 minutos você vai viajar dos Himalaias ao Big Bang, passando por todo o universo conhecido pela raça humana até agora. Cada estrela, planeta, constelação ou quasar vistos neste video são precisamente o que vem sendo registrado no mais completo mapa quadrimencional (!) do universo, o Digital Universe Atlas, produzido e atualizado constantemente pelos astronomos do American Museum of Natural History. O video é parte da exibição Visions of the Cosmos: From the Milky Ocean to an Evolving Universe e está em cartaz em Manhattan até maio de 2010.

Via UoD

Não me canso de postar aqui visualizações de dados fodas.

Essa aqui mostra a renda dos moradores de NY, a partir das diferentes regiões.

Acha que é só isso? Ainda é possível ver o preço do aluguel e quem pode morar em uma determinada região.

Foda demais.

A visualização de dados abaixo é de uma elegância que constrange.

The preceding description of the world doesn’t share the same scientific view that we have, in which the Earth is one planet around one sun in a universe full of suns and planets. The ancient picture of the universe portrays a world in which the Earth is a disc surrounded by water not only on the sides, but underneath and above as well. A firm bowl (the firmament) keeps the upper waters back but has gates to let the rain and snow through. The Sun, Moon, and stars move in fixed tracks along the underside of this bowl. From below the disc, the waters break through as wells, rivers and the ocean, but the Earth stands firm on pillars sunk into the waters like the pillings of a pier. Deep below the Earth is Sheol, the abode of the dead, which can be entered only through the grave.

Para ler o resto da explicação, clique aqui.

Via Michael Lebowitz

Visualização de dados pancada.

dataMorphose [christianekeller.de] is a series of amazingly beautiful and sophisticated physical data sculptures which represent information by the shape and motion of sail-like tensile structures.

Each triangular canvas represents a separate data object. Its data values are conveyed by the tension of the canvas, which in turn determines its size, movement and position in space. One vertex of each canvas is attached to the ground floor of a transparent cube, so that each canvas can receive its meaning through the projection of words and numbers onto that area. In all, this means the user is required to learn the visual language in order to understand the visualization, which is claimed to be intuitive to learn.

more about “dataMorphose on Vimeo“, posted with vodpod

Via Infosthetics

É assim que se conta uma história.

É por isso que a The Economist abusa do direito de ser foda.

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Como disse o cara da Colméia, o Jonathan Harris tá a frente do nosso tempo. E esse projeto é irritantemente foda.

Clique aqui e se delicie com a genialidade desse cara.

Visualização de dados do caralho, nunca tinha visto nada parecido.

Nebul.us is a new startup focusing on revealing the online activities of users through the interactive visualization of Internet usage patterns in real-time. It aims to become a social site for sharing content with friends (or to the public at large), or a productivity enhancing site for figuring out how one is spending time online.

After installing a browser plugin, the service will start monitoring the browsing history. Typical Web2.0 profiles like Facebook, Twitter, last.fm or YouTube can be added as well to complete the view of online activities (note that the initial setting is set to ‘private’, and information about visits to individual sites can also be shared with ‘friends’ or blocked).

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