Tag Archives: Visualization

How the cloud lifts ‘The Expanse’ out of this world

It used to take a cast of thousands to create cinematic extravaganzas, but now the job can be done with a cast of dozens of artists and developers, plus thousands of cloud-connected computer servers. The proof of that can be … Continue reading

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Air Force sets up prize for space visualization

The U.S. Air Force is looking for a few good apps to visualize satellites and other objects in Earth orbit — and it’s willing to pay $100,000 in prizes for them. That’s the bottom line for the Air Force Visionary Q-Prize … Continue reading

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Get a colorful 3-D view of human stem cells

Imagine being able to see inside a transparent human stem cell, like the “Visible Man and Woman” models in biology class. That’s what the Seattle-based Allen Institute for Cell Science lets you do with its brand-new data imaging platform, the … Continue reading

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Map shows where climate will move species

A University of Washington professor’s research into climate-caused migrations has been transformed into a hypnotic map of the Americas that gets the message across. The animated map, titled “Migrations in Motion,” shows the trajectories that species are expected to take in … Continue reading

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