The Houston Texans are outfitting their stadium with a pair of crazy-huge, 277-foot-wide video screens. See how they stack up to the rest of the league’s displays.
Infographic of the Day
Stale running charts get reimagined with a dose of sci-fi glamour.
An image you can’t unsee: For every one year of life we gain, only 9.5 months of it will be in good health.
The quest to visualize the data around us certainly didn’t slow down in 2012, but the year did see a refreshing number of new approaches and applications. Here are our 29 favorite projects of 2012.
Makes you wonder when he found time for flinging lightning bolts.
What would your corporate structure look like if you tracked every employee, manager, and department over years? Maybe a lot like this.
John Nelson’s charts and maps on traffic fatalities are a reminder that a good data viz doesn’t always require graphic design chops--or software.
A Polish artist started tracking his computer usage back in 2009. The beautiful resulting images contain millions of data points.
At what rate are Americans coming, going, living, and dying? These animated maps tell a fascinating visual story.
There are over 2,000 characters in George R.R. Martin’s series, Game of Thrones. Here’s a ridiculously ambitious visualization tracking the 300 most important.