Wired UK Magazine reports on the modern-day effects of science and technology in the world. They cover a broad range of topics, including design, architecture, culture, the economy, politics and philosophy.
In 2014 at the beginning of StudioDotInfo, we were approached by Wired Magazine to help create various infographics and data visualisations for the 'Infoporn' features. The data visualisations included world city weather data and predicting the next pop hit.
These data visualisations show weather patterns from around the world using the daily minimum, maximum temperatures (coloured bars) and daily precipitation averages (circles) over the last 30-years.
We used code to plot the visualisation accurately and applied the finishing using the Adobe suite.
The infographic map out a timeline of some of the key tech and sciences trends for the next half-century start with the present day in the centre, moving out to probable and possible innovations. Each colour represents a technology sector.
The infographic explores whether social media activity can be used to predict the next big music artist.
The charts show a clear correlation between an artist's social media activity and success in the 'Billboard 200' music chart. The charts are a visual representation of intelligence behind the algorithms from music analytics company Next Big Sound.
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