Introducing WikiGalaxy, an Incredible 3D Visualization of Wikipedia

Owen Cormec has transformed 100,000 entries from the free encyclopedia into a growing nebula of human knowledge.


Poetic Paper Cut-Outs Give Greek Tragedy New Wings

This is poetry that looks as good as it sounds.


How to Create Beautifully Detailed Maps Using Twitter Data

With over 6 billion tweets, you, too, can be a digital cartographer.


How to Make Paintings from Psychedelic Drugs

"If chemistry has been neglected by visual artists, it might be explained by the simple fact that molecules are invisible." --Hamilton Morris


Inside 'Dear Data,' A Year-Long Experiment in Visualizing Daily Life

From New York to London and back, Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec send each other weekly drawings of everyday data.


Meet The 6 People Living Online For Ryder Ripps

For 'Alone Together,' they get to spend seven hours a day, four days a week using the internet. For six weeks.


Tokyo Transit Looks Like Light Art in This 3D Visualizer

Watch Japan's metro system pulse and glow in real time WebGL experience 'Metrogram3d.'


1024 Architecture's New Light Sculpture is Truly Illuminating

Using high-tech and low-tech materials, 1024 Architecture's 'VORTEX' uses light and generative sculpture to compose a stunning Q-hour meter in the Darwin Ecosystem Project's green building in Bordeaux, France.


480,000 Particles Compose This Undulating Audio Reactive Visualization

Motion graphic designer RedXPoison's newest piece creates colorful waves to Dave Tipper's ambient electronica tunes.


3D-Printed Earthquake Data Visualizes The Impact Of Natural Disasters

Inspiration struck visualization specialist Doug McCune in the middle of the night—in the form of a 6.0 scale earthquake.


The Science Of Sound Gets Visualized In This A/V Experiment

Merging digital and more classical components, Nicolas Bernier cracks the indistinguishable human limit.