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Why not use all the senses to understand data? It would be interesting to layer in a comparison set of data and hear how they interact.
What we’d like to see next: odor graphics. A market graph that stinks when it sinks.
I’ve had my head down lately, working hard on a number of projects, so I haven’t done much posting to the blog, but this put a smile on my face so I knew I had to share it.
Alexander Chen, Creative Director at Google Creative Lab, put this together back in 2011, but I just discovered it today. It’s an interactive visualization of the Prelude from Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 – one of my favorite pieces of music.
Here’s a video of it. You can also play with the interactive version and tangle yourself up in the strings a little.
Thanks to Jon Schwabisch for mentioning Alexander’s site and making me smile.
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