Monthly Archives: September 2011

Carbon pricing data

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This visualisation was made by Ken Wilson, with data from an article by Jessica Irvine, in the Sydney Morning Herald, 17 September 2011. The visualisation became the impetus for the animation Carbon pricing data. The visualisation was also included in … Continue reading

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Culture

  An animation is inspired by observing Martina Doblin test algae for their capacity to adapt to climate change. To do the test, many cultures of several strains of algae are used. Looking down a microscope I saw algae held … Continue reading

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Archiving community responses

The idea of archiving brings to mind a group of academic researchers identifying entities in ways that preserve their cultural integrity and make them recognizable to future researchers who understand the same archive system. It does not immediately bring to … Continue reading

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Sensibility of truth in data visualizations

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Towards the end of the TED talk delivered by Kevin Slavin in July 2011, Slavin admits to not understanding all the algorithms that he proposes physically shape our world. However he recognizes the ‘sensibility of truth’ in some visualisations of … Continue reading

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