At the movement we are looking for a new office in the center of Berlin with around 100 sqm. If you have something to offer please let me know. Even on a private basis I look for a new flat. Favored spot is West Berlin (Charlottenburg/Wilmersdorf) but other parts of the city will do it as well.
This is more a collection of projects and things which inspire me than a daily updated blog about ongoing processes in the field of interaction design. I am writing about info and data visualization, new inventions and ideas. If you think I should read or see something please drop a comment or send me a note.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
History.com presents a interactive infographic to the 150th anniversary of the american civil war. The graphi is quiet pretty but I’m not feeling any smarter? Infoporn? Civil War 150 — History.com Interactive Games, Maps and Timelines.
Prof. Boris Müller & Till Nagel are presenting different projects. Amongst others projects they have shown our project The Afghan Conflict. Jump to 16:50 min in the video to see what they say [in German].
Yesterday I’ve lost my Processing Berlin virginity :p It was my first time at Processing B and team member Marc Tiedemann [www.marc-tiedemann.de] was promoting and explaining the technology behind KONKREET. Nice night. processing berlin « this is onformative a studio … Continue reading
A group of infodata geeks and designers (often both) are meeting bimonthly at Fjord to help and inspire each other. It was my first time there and pretty interesting. I met a few nice people and got new input for … Continue reading
It took me a while to figure out how to enable makros in OpenOffice so here comes a way which worked fine for me. If you have the problem that you are working with makros and they blocked by open … Continue reading
“Generative design is not about designing the building – Its’ about designing the system that builds a building. – Lars Hesellgren ” or more “… a way of translating computational energy into creative energy ?” via What is generative design … Continue reading
via How Bin Laden News Exploded on Twitter: A Visualization Nice visualization of Bin Ladens Dad has spread around on Twitter created by Social Flow. As we can see the first main source of the information (Chief of Staff, Keith … Continue reading
Even if this has no relation to the rest that I post normally but this is damn awesome.
Fun. I missed that. Google Streetview allowed you to see the ski routes of Vancouver Olympia 2010. And cool to see that still the google guys are using a analog map in their video …
Szene aus Google Street View (Foto: Google). 63 special pictures on Google Maps Street View.