One month (October 2009) of traffic information (1534 vehicles) is condensed in a 24h day. The path's colors represent average traffic speeds (greenish and cooler for higher traffic speeds, reddish and hotter for sluggish traffic). Areas with predominantly slow traffic are also colored.
A journey across the stars and heavens through antiquated astronomical diagrams.
I unearthed some dusty old scientific textbooks in my father’s attic, and immediately became inspired by the delicately rendered diagrams, plots and schemata. These purely scientific visual aids became unwitting artworks on their own, which is something I really loved.
The short animation explores pathways through astronomy’s roots, dating back to antiquity with its origins in scientific, mythological and astrological practices.
The soundtrack is 'Frosti' by Bjork, from the incredible album 'Vespertine'.
This is a visualization of Geneva from the series "Transit Patterns". The piece shows transit ridership in public transportation over 24 hours, depicting what areas of the city have the most activity and when.
OOM Creative designed this data visualization for the Make Change exhibition, as part of Unlimited: Designing for the Asia Pacific Triennial 2010 in Brisbane.
7 world data stories are shown that relate to the 12 case studies of the exhibition. Co2 emissions, energy use, flood affected population etc. Data sets were used to present each country in relationship to the world, and then a focus on the Asia Pacific region with detailed examination of the country of origin for the exhibit pieces and flashes of project imagery.