Monthly Archives: June 2016

Vintage Infographics
Posted by on June 28, 2016
Posted in: data visualization, graphic design, inspiration, mapping

(Above) Color-linked pie and bar charts illustrate the causes of death in Switzerland from 1890-1894 (Swiss Statistical Office). Looking back into history many infographic styles originated from detail-oriented professionals such as lawyers, meteorologists, surveyors, and nurses. Often a single graphic represented the culmination of a life’s work of research and involved extensive personal commitment to produce. […]

greenscreen Case Study
Posted by on June 9, 2016
Posted in: architecture, construction, product, projects

For manufacturers of architectural products, SketchUp’s 3d Warehouse has become a robust platform for getting accurate 3d components into the hands of designers. You can now find featured catalogs from manufacturers such as Delta plumbing fixtures, NanaWall folding glass walls, and Satori Japanese wall finishes, among others. The challenge in creating useful SketchUp models for […]

Mount Hood Seismicity
Posted by on June 8, 2016
Posted in: environment, inspiration

Following Mount Fuji, our very own Mount Hood is the second most climbed mountain in the world, with over 10,000 people summiting a year. Mount Hood can look like a different mountain from different vantage points, sometimes appearing very sharp and pointed, sometimes much more supple like it does from the Columbia River Gorge. The tendency […]

Driverless Traffic
Posted by on June 7, 2016
Posted in: animation, transportation, Vissim

We had the opportunity to work with our friends at PTV America again, this time to create base models for a traffic simulation involving driverless cars flowing through a signal-less intersection. Here is one of the many animations that came out of this collaboration: NBC Dateline aired some more of these animations in a segment […]