Archiv für die Kategorie 'Infografiken'

Mom and Dad: How they spend their weekdays (1965 vs 2011)





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Sowjetische Infografik











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Über unseren Köpfen ist eine Luftsäule, die fünfzehn Tonnen wiegt





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Machen. Tun.





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Darwinian business model





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Das Murmeltier ist ein dreckiger Lügner





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Frauenautohandbuch




A handy pamphlet written in 1956 by Champion Spark Plugs. It’s basically telling women what a car is and what it does.


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Let’s get out of here, so I can properly evaluate your verbal skills.





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Knocking on wood getting no reply





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They’ll never suspect.





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Dig your own hole.





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Alone in the the apartment complex.





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Be a pal





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Stammbaum-Diagramm der gesamten griechischen Götterwelt


Eine Schöpfung des in London ansässigen Grafikdesigners Severino Ribecca:





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How do you hold a moonbeam in your hand?





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Just try to blame it on the dog





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Brought to you by Electronics





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Bojen-Parade




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Die Technologie-Patentkriege der letzten vier Jahre, visualisiert



Größere Version: visual.ly


The last four years of patent wars in cell phones, visualized – shown by filmmaker Kirby Ferguson (of Everything Is A Remix fame at TEDGlobal 2012).


(Gefunden bei exp.lore.com | via visual.ly)

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Soll ich meine Mails checken?





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Fliegenkillen für die Familie




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Kinder helfen gern Blinden und Krüppeln





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Perpetual Oceans – Die Strömungen der Weltmeere




“The video is Perpetual Oceans, and it’s made by NASA. It shows ocean currents, twisting and turning and undulating around the globe between June of 2005 and December of 2007. There’s no narration, just music. The idea is to put into images things that have previously only been words—here is the Gulf Stream, there’s the Kuroshio Current. Watching this, you get a better idea of oceans as a system, and it’s easy to see how—in the days before steam or gasoline powered engines—where you traveled to and from across the oceans was partly determined by how the ocean moved through that area.”

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Blubbernde Nachrichten-Zellhaufen




Kitchen Budapest erforscht die lokale Berichterstattung in Ungarn mit Sound und einer Blasen werfenden  Karte:

Ebullition visualises and sonificates data pulled from one of the biggest news sites of Hungary, origo.hu. In the 30 fps animation, each frame represents a single day, each second covers a month, starting from December 1998 until October 2010. Whenever a Hungarian city or village is mentioned in any domestic news on origo.hu website, it is translated into a force that dynamically distorts the map of Hungary. The sound follows the visual outcome, creating a generative ever changing drone.


(Gefunden bei flowingdata.com)

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What About Me? - Intel’s Infographic Generator


Intel has released What About Me?, an automatic infographic generator that connects to your own Twitter, Facebook and YouTube accounts to create a profile infographic about you.

Social media users know that discovery is half the fun. With What about Me? you can capture a snapshot of your social media life and create your own colorful image, full of clues and facts about one of the most fascinating subjects in the world — YOU!

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Singin in the Rain




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Rauchen und Fettleibigkeit in den USA (1960 – 2006)





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Wie man Ideen klassifiziert





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Are You Frank?





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Mapping Flickr and Twitter against each other








See something or say something; Where people post geotagged photos to Flickr from and geotagged tweets to Twitter from.

Eric Fischer produced a set of striking visualizations mapping Flickr and Twitter against each other. The maps from different cities and areas around the globe depict geotagged photos uploaded to Flickr (orange) versus geotagged tweets to Twitter (blue). In case an image and a tweet originate from the same location, it appears as a white dot. The first image is a map of Europe using the described visualization method, while the second one is a map of New York City.


(Gefunden bei visualcomplexity.com)

walkingsf - View my 'See something or say something' set on Flickriver

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