28 fevereiro 2010

27 fevereiro 2010

Das guerras, massacres e genocídios

Everyone Ever in the World” is a visual representation of the number of people to have lived versus been killed in wars, massacres and genocide during the recorded history of humankind.


10 Surreal Animated Short Films

26 fevereiro 2010

24 fevereiro 2010


A considerar

10 reasons to avoid talking on the phone

O nível do mar

When Sea Levels Attack: What does a metre sea level rise actually mean? This is how we visualised some of the data confusion:

23 fevereiro 2010

20 fevereiro 2010

Arte urbana

This documentary explored the studios and methods of six of the top street artists in America: Faile, Skewville, Mike De Feo, Dan Witz, Espo and Tiki Jay One.



17 fevereiro 2010

16 fevereiro 2010

14 fevereiro 2010

Barcelona em 1908


Love Is in the Air: Birds do it, bees do it, even pollinating plants do it.

13 fevereiro 2010

12 fevereiro 2010

10 fevereiro 2010

09 fevereiro 2010

08 fevereiro 2010

Realidade hiper-aumentada

Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domestic Robocop: The latter half of the 20th century saw the built environment merged with media space, and architecture taking on new roles related to branding, image and consumerism. Augmented reality may recontextualise the functions of consumerism and architecture, and change in the way in which we operate within it.

07 fevereiro 2010

O nascimento do Twitter

April 2006 to January 2010: the birth of Twitter and its development. Icons represent developers, and particles represent files added or modified

The Simpson's Super Bowl Coke Ad 2010

05 fevereiro 2010

De 1 a 100

04 fevereiro 2010

03 fevereiro 2010

01 fevereiro 2010

Satélites por país

The Earth's Satellites, Visualized By Nation

Jornalismo sem espinhas...

Reporter Makes Backwards Half Court Shot

Fiabilidade científica nas alterações climáticas

UN climate change panel based claims on student dissertation and magazine article: The United Nations' expert panel on climate change based claims about ice disappearing from the world's mountain tops on a student's dissertation and an article in a mountaineering magazine. [...]

In its most recent report, [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] stated that observed reductions in mountain ice in the Andes, Alps and Africa was being caused by global warming, citing two papers as the source of the information.

However, it can be revealed that one of the sources quoted was a feature article published in a popular magazine for climbers which was based on anecdotal evidence from mountaineers about the changes they were witnessing on the mountainsides around them.

The other was a dissertation written by a geography student, studying for the equivalent of a master's degree, at the University of Berne in Switzerland that quoted interviews with mountain guides in the Alps.

The revelations, uncovered by The Sunday Telegraph, have raised fresh questions about the quality of the information contained in the report, which was published in 2007. [...]

The IPCC failed to respond to questions about the inclusion of unreliable sources in its report but it has insisted over the past week that despite minor errors, the findings of the report are still robust and consistent with the underlying science.