Wind Map of the World

A really interactive and useful visualization of the world's wind patterns. You can easily get lost in this searching around the world seeing how things like mountains affect wind patterns.

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Philadelphia

Philadelphia

Northeastern USA

Northeastern USA

https://www.windytv.com/?2017-01-29-18,-1.494,-105.996,3

Interstate Highway as Metro

After clicking through Levi's last post, I stumbled upon this article in the archives.  I'm a huge fan of subway maps and how metro systems are designed for wayfinding, so this image really resonates with me.  In my opinion it does a better job of diagrammatically laying out the US Interstate Highway system than previous attempts, and uses a color scheme/logic that is halfway between the iconic London Tube map and Madrid Metro's latest map design.  Click the map for the full-scale version.

Dribbble - Browse by Color

I love this! Has anybody ever heard of Dribbble? It's a web based show and tell community for designers and I really liked their "Browse by Color" feature. I've seen many like it in the past but this one also lets you pick by hex value which I thought was cool. Plus their UI is gorgeous. I'm thinking I might use this when considering color schemes.

Dribble - Browse by Color
Dribble - Browse by Color

I think this is an infographic

Move Barcode

Move Barcode

link here

There are many on this images page, each of a different movie, and they are all incredible.

I had to look at the comments to figure this out.:

"every frame of requiem laid end to end and resized to 3”x8”  THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE IDEA. Movie Barcode condenses movies, frame by frame, into one pixel color bars."

nyc subway

Conductor turns the New York subway system into an interactive string instrument. Using the MTA’s actual subway schedule, the piece begins in realtime by spawning trains which departed in the last minute, then continues accelerating through a 24 hour loop. The visuals are based on Massimo Vignelli’s 1972 diagram.