Posts Tagged ‘animation’

A legend in its time

Robert Roth—PhD candidate at Penn State, incoming faculty at the UW-Madison Department of Geography, and infamous county collector—recently alerted me to a nice interactive, animated map that he worked on with a couple of his students, Matt Murdock and Nick Maziekas. It’s called BOOMsys and it shows the location and number of IED attacks in […]

Mapping a whole darn year

In the past I have mentioned here an ongoing project to trace my every movement on a map, using memory and mouse-clicking rather than technology that costs money. Well, the advent of 2010 marks a full calendar year of doing this and a good moment to show some results. Obviously this is not a novel […]