Games by genre, and games by platform. Labeling the axis might have been useful – I assume it’s supposed to be percent of total, with the space at top “other”? I tried to find the original source for this, but had no luck.
I dabble in VJ’ing, and it’s amazing what you can do with todays tools, like Resolume. But take a look at what Oskar Fischinger did back in 1938 with pieces of paper hanging from wires in his synesthetic interpretation of Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody. Amazing. Actually, it’s kind of embarrassing. We are so spoiled.
A cool real time synced visualization of guitar riffs and their matching tabs notations. Apparently the Soundslice site let’s you annotate any youtube video in such a way. I love internet functionality mashups like this.
Very nice heat chart. I wonder what would happen if you filtered by geography? An awful lot of people I knew in northern NY were born 9 months after the cold dark winter.
More colorful Tableau version:
I don’t know. These amorphous charts with somewhat arbitrary categorization and selection bias just don’t do it for me. They are nice for reminding you of films – and maybe that’s useful now that you can’t wander the isles of blockbuster anymore – but that’s about it.
Explore the 165,068 murders in the US by where, when, how, and the circumstances. The subtotals next to the filter menu saves a lot of time.
(Except for Florida – who doesn’t use the FBI’s guidelines for reporting homicide details)
No point to the arc or the dotted lines, but the content is kind of interesting. Who knew the Hindus were rich?
Emotions are the result of how well reality meets up with your expectations. I go back and forth between liking this graphic and thinking the it’s a little too vague and disconnected.
Design wise, I suppose the colors don’t really add anything – so sure, make it black.
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