Tag: datafossil

2017 – Animals Tracking

We wanted te show the difference of scale made by animals that were tracked including mankind depending on their needs. The result is a group of transparent disks with different sizes representing the employed path and its length during 24h for each subject. Also see other projects from the datafossil #3 workshop. Sources: Noémie Duval, Timothé Gourdin, Simon Le Roux et Quentin Lambert Jérôme Héno, Matthias Rischewski and Louis Eveillard (2017) Workshop datafossil #3

Added by: Quentin Lambert. Category: Passive physical visualization  Tags: animals, datafossil, gps, tracking


2017 – Coral Reefs

This data sculpture made by three design students at thedatafossil #3 workshop depicts the destruction of Australian coral reef since 1985 (in orange) together with the rise of ocean temperature (in gray). The Great Barrier Reef has been losing more and more of its area since the last 27 years. One of the biggest cause is coral bleaching due to global warming and more exactly to the rise of the temperature of ocean's water. Scientists say that the reef is going to keep deteriorate as fast […]

Added by: Alizée Parry & Pierre Dragicevic. Category: Passive physical visualization  Tags: coral, datafossil, global warming, sea, water, weather