Now that Tour de France 2010 is well on it’s way I’ve tweaked the app to now show this years data. Since last post I’ve also added some little tweaks to indicate the profile of each stage - most of the stages are insignificant at this size but you can clearly see the Alps (visible […]
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July 12th, 2010 · 1 Comment
July 1st, 2010 · 1 Comment
Tour de France 2010 is about to start and I wanted to share a (work in progress) info visualisation project I’ve been working on (the data used below are the results from TDF 2009).In ‘le grande’ race, there’s a tendency to focus on the top riders, even sometimes only on the top 10-15 riders, and […]
November 20th, 2009 · Comments Off
Design By Numbers - or just DBN - was released in the fall of 1999 by the Aesthetics and Computation Group at MIT led my John Maeda. I was introduced to DBN by Reed Kram as a computing 101 class. A lot of my work today is easily traced back to this 4 week workshop […]
May 26th, 2009 · Comments Off
After an insanely busy spring filled with projects I’ll be able to talk about later this year (well, some of them) and the arrival of my daughter (Adda) I am now happily back in business writing graphics code and planning projects for the summer. Here’s a quick custom rendering of Adda wearing mommy’s sunglasses.
April 22nd, 2008 · 1 Comment
Often when I base coded graphics on a series of photographies, I manage the change in source-photo (the swapping from one image to another) by making the coded graphics slowly adapt to the changed source. Now, what if I have a project where I can’t depend on the abstracted graphics to do the easing but […]