"GeneaQuilts is a new visualization technique for representing large genealogies of up to several thousand individuals. The visualization takes the form of a diagonally-filled matrix, where rows are individuals and columns are nuclear families. The GeneaQuilts system includes an overview, a timeline, search and filtering components, and a new interaction technique called Bring & Slide that allows fluid navigation in very large genealogies."
(Anastasia Bezerianos, Pierre Dragicevic, Jean-Daniel Fekete, Juhee Bae and Ben Watson)
3). A. Bezerianos, P. Dragicevic, J.-D. Fekete, J. Bae, B. Watson. GeneaQuilts: A System for Exploring Large Genealogies. In IEEE InfoVis '10: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, Oct 2010, Salt-Lake City, USA
"Albert Exergian designt ultra-minimalisierte Serienposter, die schöner und aussagekräftiger nicht sein könnten. Leider kenne ich nur einen kleinen Teil der Serien die visualisiert wurden. Die Serien mir bekannt sind könnten aber grafisch kaum besser reduziert werden."
(Philipp, 23/11/2009, Hundertmark)
"The Visualisation Research Unit (VRU) was established by the UCE Birmingham Institute of Art and Design in 2004 as an applied research unit to develop the use of digital media in creative practice. The Unit's remit has been to create facilities and produce research outputs in a variety of forms that reflect this new thinking about what and how art could be created through digital media. The emphasis of the Unit's work is on collaboration between creativity and technology, and on putting the technologies we have, and are developing, into creative use. Based in the Department of Art at BIAD, the Unit is a significant capital resource, with comprehensive motion capture facilities, animation capacity, supercomputing for data heavy processors and HD television production facilities."
(Birmingham Institute of Art and Design)
fig.1 Andy Pryke presents
"Webdesigner Depot has compiled an exhaustive list of 50 different data visualization examples from around the web. All bases are covered here, from social media ecosystem mapping to music visualization. There are hours of really interesting stuff to wade through."
(psfk.com, 1 June 2009)