Posts Tagged ‘Bestiario’

From the folks over at bestiario comes a new project “Bioexplora” here is what Jose had to say about the new project

The Natural Science Museum of Barcelona Data Base contains 50.000 records so far collected along one century. Most of the register are mollusc, vertebrata and artropodes. They belong to places all over the world. The Data Base will be updated until reaching the total amount of collections registered (around a million).

The information is structured following the Darwin Core Standard, developed by the Global Biodiversity Information Facility GBIF (for whom museum is one of the information providers).

Bestiario developed this interactive space that allows access to the records collections in the Museum Data Base.

The interactive options are

-drag and zoom the map to selected geographical location and scale
-select/deselect geographical layers in order to have different views
-click on an active (containing registers) square to download all the registers located in the selected area.
-a zoom-in framing the selected square will display more detailed locations (with a depicted precision radius) of the registers. Zoom into selected square is activated by clicking arrows in corners.

Be sure to hop over and check it out for yourself at : Link

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From Jose and Bestiario comes reMap

“reMap is a Bestiario project based on visualcomplexity.com

Visual Complexity.com is the most complete and well organized collection of visualization projects related with complex systems. Manuel Lima’s compilation is priceless for all of us working on the visualization fields. But also artists, scientists, humanists, educators… can find inspiration and knowledge. VC is not only a compilation: each project is displayed with rich contextual information, including a text and visitors comments, and the whole project is enriched with stats, a book selection, external links, trend analysis on contents and depiction techniques, and a blog.
reMap displays visualcomplexity.com projects allowing navigation using a semantic approach and depicting relations among them. Images and texts belong to vc portal. Tags are assigned using a semantic engine created by Bestiari”

Be sure to check it out here : Link


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From Santiago Ortiz, over at Moebio comes a retro 3d visualization of a Voronoi city, a great work indeed.

Be sure to check it out here: http://moebio.com/research/voronoicity/

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Our good friends over at bestiario.org did it again, as they always do with their amazing interfaces they now did it for Harvard Berkman.

It’s hard to find words for the beauty, usability and pure coolness of the interface you really have to see it!

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.bestiario.org/harvard/b10/

And for further information check:

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Today I bring one of my favorite topics, by one of my favorite companies, TEDSphere by Bestiario, that give you an interactive network space with the video contents of the TED talks.
It gives us plenty of filtering options, and more important relations between the talks, and as usual with Bestiario in a very cool and unsual way.

So be sure to check it at: http://www.bestiario.org/research/tedsphere

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Today we bring yet another new category for Daily, Company highlight. And what better company to start this new category than Bestiario, keep reading to see why.

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