The Internet today is only made possible by tens of thousands of kilometres of cabling at the bottom of the sea and buried underground. The above GIF from Vice’s Motherboard site shows the development of the submarine backbone from 1989 to 2017.
Credits: Builtvisible and TeleGeography via Meghan Neal and Vice Motherboard
Posted on October 8, 2018 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags 2014, Builtvisible, cable, cables, fiber optics, fibre optics, floor, infographic, internet, map, ocean, pipes, submarine, submarine backbone, technology, telecommunications, telecoms, TeleGeography, undersea, Vice Motherboard, visualisation, year
A visualization of the work and life cycle of Manhattan (see the CBD glow!)
Credits: Joey Cherdarchuk, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Darkhorse Analytics, Kevin Short and HuffPost via Cat Walker, Info Graphic and Pinterest
Posted on June 2, 2018 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags analysis, breathing, business, CBD, centre, city, colours.shift, Darkhorse Analytics, data, day, infographic, island, Joey Cherdarchuk, lights, living, Manhattan, map, New York, New York City, population, public, science, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau, urban, visualisation, work, workforce
A laptop showing a constellation-like 3D graph made using the software Python and data visualisation tool Matplotlib.
Credits: Codecademy via GMail
Posted on May 4, 2018 Author HEM News Agency Categories Uncategorized
Tags 3D, Codecademy, coding, computer, constellation, data, data points, graph, laptop, Matplotlib, model, python, software, stars, statistics, visualisation, visualization