Tag: data cuisine

2012 – Data Cuisine

The left image is a map that shows the differences in alcohol consumption across Finland, as well as typical local food. The right image shows the number of immigrants in Finland by nationality (rice for the Chinese, salmon for the Swedish). Many other examples of edible physical visualizations can be found on the Data Cuisine web site. Data Cuisine is a series of workshops organized by Moritz Stefaner and prozessagenten. Seven workshops took place so far, the first one was in Helsinki in […]

Added by: Pierre Dragicevic, sent by: Romain DiVozzo. Category: Passive physical visualization  Tags: cartographic, data cuisine, edible, food, world stats

2015 – Multivariate Beer

Nathan Yau from flowingdata brewed four different types of beer based on county demographics. For example, he mapped population density to the total amount of hops, and race percentages to the type of hops used. He describes the process in detail on his web site, with R source code. The idea is reminiscent of Rohit Khot's TastyBeats shown at the CHI '14 conference, an installation that creates personalized energy drinks based on heart beat data. Also see our entry on data cuisine. Sources: […]

Added by: Pierre Dragicevic. Category: Passive physical visualization  Tags: beer, data cuisine, demographics, food

2017 – EuroGums: Edible Population Pyramids

Eurogums are edible population pyramids of the 28 EU member countries. Whereas 27 countries taste cherry-sweet, the UK Eurogum is rather sour, due to the referendum and Brexit. Also see our other entries on data-driven food. Source: meikl3D

Added by: Michael Stanka. Category: Passive physical visualization  Tags: age pyramid, brexit, data cuisine, europe, population