Archive for the “Software” Category

The few differences between Fineo and ParSets

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

In the last days some discussions about the affinity between… more

Bend your data

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Fineo, the best tool to create Sankey diagrams.

Sankey Visualizations

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

The brazilian news site Estadão.com.br created a sankey visualization

Voilà, CityMurmur! (please read with French "R")

Saturday, June 13th, 2009

On 3rd and 4th June, CityMurmur project (www.citymurmur.org) landed in… more

Visualizing Mozilla Community – An Open Call to Designers

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Mozzilla is calling for Designers to answer the question: What if there was a way to show people how the Mozilla project operates?

Pulse: Visualizations of kuler colours

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Adobe just rolled out a new feature over at Kuler. Pulse is a tool to visualize the colors used on Kuler related to country, season and tag. The color set can be scale in regard on granularity as well as the lighness of the colors.

MURMUR – Call for Collaborators

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008


Density Design Lab, Knowledgecartography.org and ovrflw, under the nom de plume Writing Acamenic English, are proud to annouce that Murmur is one of the selected project for VISUALIZAR’08: DATABASE CITY.

Biomapping Cities

Thursday, January 17th, 2008

Christian Nold thinks we should pay more attention to how… more

C.Stem

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

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C.Stem 2007 is a 3 days long
event focused on on generative systems as a tool as well as medium to draw new conceptual and creative paths.

The opening will be on November, the 29th, with an audio/video performance by Valerio Spoletini, creator of V-Scratch, and hardware/software tools for creating both music and visuals using turntable.
On November, the 30th, will be the exhibition, featuring:

loop.pH

Friday, November 2nd, 2007


loop.pH, originally uploaded by densitydesign.

loop.pH worked for York Art Galley on ‘A light installation that visually displays the changing weather patterns, 2005′.
The project consisted in covering some closed windows on the face of the building with panels reflecting light in hte day and emitting in the night. On the panels loop.pH team designed natural growth patterns on a spiral matrix which is displaying different animations based on informations real-time elaborated by weather stations.
The movement of lights is based on eyes movement and it should be learned as all visual languages we are used to by the public of the museum.