Long before trippy visualizers and computer animation, before liquid light shows or laser parties, Thomas Wilfred was building organs for visuals.
Category: Data Visualization
Stephen Wolfram recently gave a talk in the Studio Villa Bosch conference center: “The Future of Computation & Knowledge.”
Tablets with interfaces that morph in three, real dimensions will fundamentally change the way we approach computer interaction.
“Bioinformatics” is both a set of tools and a field with blurred boundaries, making it difficult to list its chief accomplishments. It is the practice of creating and/or using computational approaches to tackle biological problems.
We’ve all made the far-too-common mistake of confusing correlation with causation.
Can something as simple as an app that gives unbiased product information change the world? Filtering out products which follow one’s personal norms and values will reshape the concept of brand image, render it unimportant for highly similar goods, such as soap and just about everything under the kitchen sink.
Some exciting upcoming events in Aukland New Zealand
The winning entries are featured by category at the links below in NSF’s International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge