Don’t you feel worried that there is no guarantee that our Earth might be kicked out of our solar system? Did you ever wanted to send a rocket to the Moon or Venus? If so, then you should have a closer look to my current Python/Visualising Data-project. Check it out on my GitHub!
Büro Hirzberger asked Strukt for some eye-candy visuals at the opening party of this year’s Lifeball. The welcome party was located in the garage of Vienna’s Le Meridien. As an intern I could use my new developed skills to project abstract and gererative patterns stuff four screens and a 6×5 LED Lightbulb-matrix.
Think of all those millions who put their energy into Wikipedia day and day to push it forward – and now you’ve got an idea what amount of data is being produced every day. We could use this kind of data for different information-visualizations and that is exactly what I’m trying to do.
One could use all the metadata that’s being generated to get an idea of what article and which topics are of interest of the moment. Of course you could use data like headlines and news articles which is a good approach in my mind, but Wikipedia would be special, because its data is being generated by a kind of average user.
We’ll stay in contact 🙂