10 Interactive Infographics #1

1. SPECIES IN PIECES


It is an interactive web exhibition on the 30 animals we are in danger of losing.


This website enables you to scroll through each of the unique species and click to discover their main threats and see their population stats visualized on polar charts.

2. NOTORIOUS BOND
 

notoriousbond.info is interactive infographics. It is interactive exploration into the things each actor was notorious for. 


Such as the number of martinis consumed, the number of times each actor was presumed dead and the number of people killed etc.

3. BLOOMBERG BILLIONAIRES INDEX


The Bloomberg Billionaires Index visualizes a daily ranking of the world's richest people.


The index is a dynamic measure of the top 100 billionaires based on changes in markets, the economy and personal assets.





An interactive look at time.


Listen to Wikipedia is a visualization and sonification of Wikipedia's live recent changes data. The sounds indicate addition to (bells) or subtraction from (strings) a Wikipedia articles, and the pitch is inversely proportional to the size of the edit (a lower pitch means a bigger edit). Green circles show edits from unregistered contributors, and purple circles mark edits performed by automated bots. A string swell welcomes a new user to the site. There's something reassuring about knowing that every user makes a noise, every edit has a voice in the roar.



A look at the world's food right now, with a focus on how much we produce, consume and waste every second.

7. Earthquakes




It is interactive visualization of earthquakes happened in the past 24 hours. The data is fetched from USGS.

8. Commonwealth War Dead: First World War Visualized



This website maps war dead recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission during the First World War.

9. Women in Science




It is centered on the theme “Equality for women is progress for all” helps visualize the gender gaps in the pipeline leading to a career in research. 

10. Eyes in Space




Eyes in space.... take every one on a personal journey to roam the cosmos.

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Chetan Sundarde

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