Data visualization talks worth watching

15 03 2011

I pride myself on publishing mostly original content in this blog. The web is plagued by information regurgitation (something that’s more fun to pronounce than to imagine). Today however, I feel compelled to share a few links regarding data visualization.

Here are three TED-talks on the subject (, bookmark it now). Each talk is about 20 minutes, but are all worth watching.

His blog is at It’s also in my bookmarks folder.


About visual data and NUI (kind of)


A combination of the two above. Medical data re-visualized.

MIX Day 2 Keynote – HTML5 & IE9

23 03 2010

The day’s keynote started off swiftly. Microsoft were showing how HTML5 would work in a demo-filled way. One of the key points they wanted to make was that there was no other combination as powerful as HTML5 + IE9 and in some cases, they we’re right…


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Microsoft Research – Project Gustav

4 03 2010

Microsoft Research are a bit like technology superheroes with lots of different weird abilities and superpowers. Project Gustav is certainly an interesting new technology for painters and artists. Let’s have a look!

MS Research

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