Experience the World of SWISS. Take off virtually and find out just what makes the airline so unique. Swiss quality in every detail.
Some 30,000 flights criss-cross Europe’s airspace on a typical summer day. In this video, you can watch them all in just under two minutes.
Air traffic is a frequent subject for visualization, but the folks at NATS, responsible for handling much of the air traffic control in Great Britain and elsewhere, know the delicate dance better than just about anyone. To give us a sense of what keeps them busy day to day, they put together this stunning video. Running at 1,440 times regular speed, the viz is striking as pure laser light spectacle. But the closer you watch, the more fascinating details you’ll find.
The clip combines UK radar data from June 21 of last year and flight plan data from the rest of the continent from July 28. To start, notice how planes come over from North America, not in one busy throng but instead in orderly rows, like they’re cruising in lanes on some great invisible highway. As we zoom in on England, we see some aircraft joining different thoroughfares to Europe’s big cities, as others split off on byways to destinations like Madrid and Lisbon.
An online magazine featuring interviews on beginnings, creativity, and risk.
The object of this project was to produce an Automata that was inspired by the work of Reuben Margolin.
All components were hand made the aim was to recreate the reaction of droplet as it impacts a body of water.
Music: From the soundtrack for Repo Men Repo Mambo - Marco Beltrami
n. PeriplumTerm coined by Ezra Pound in his Cantos to describe a form of mapmaking and history concerned not with the conventional bird’s-eye view of the cartographer or historian, but rather the point-of-view of the poet who is a voyager personally navigating space and time.n. PeriplurbanTranslation of Pound’s poetic concept of cartography and history to the urban environment in the form of an experiential dictionary. This dictionary serves as a source for new modes of site-specific storytelling, read and written with mobile phones and the internet.
Film stills from Rem Koolhaas: A Kind of Architect (2008)
Casa da Musica (2005), OMA.