|The Book Report|
Youâ€™re one step away from uncovering your timeline of books. Enable it by connecting your Readmill account.
|The Color of Words|
A color and typography experiment using the COLOURLovers API. Members of the site have "discovered" and named millions of colors and this app allows a new way to visualize them by focusing on their given titles.
|The Energy Map|
The Energy Map visualizes energy-related data
Every ten seconds, somewhere in the world, at least one person tweets the words 'I love'. The Heartweat is a graphical visualization of this sort of "verbal heartbeat".
|The Sheep Market|
10,000 sheep created by online workers. An Amazon Mechanical Turk application. Each worker was paid 2 cents US to draw a sheep facing left. Buy your favorite. Unlike anything before.
|The Tracktor - Amazon Price Tracker|
Tracks and graphs Amazon price history. Allows user to be emailed when the price hits a desired point.
|The Web 2.0 Summit Points of Control Map|
A custom Google map to visualize the tech industry major players. Outlines points of control, replete with incumbents and insurgents – those companies who hold great swaths of strategic territory, and those who are attempting to gain ground, whether they be startups or large companies moving into new ground. Inspired in part by board games like Risk or Stratego, and in part by the fantastic and fictional lands of authors like Tolkien and Swift.
Thinkbase is a "Visual Wiki" based on Freebase, an open, shared database of the world's knowledge. It displays the Freebase contents in an interactive graph which allows the user to visually explore more than 12 million inter-connected topics.
|This is Now!|
This is Now project is a visual composition which uses real-time updates from the ever popular Instagram application based on users geo-tag locations. The tool streams photos instantly as soon as they are uploaded on Instagram and captures a city's movement, in a fluid story.
Japanese image search application that tiles results in a Flash visualization. Mashes data from Flickr, Amazon, Google, Yahoo and YouTube,
|YouTube, Yahoo, Google, Flickr, AmazonProductAdvertising|
|Tianamo - Web Discovery with BOSS|
Tianamo uses Java to plot search keywords on a dynamically-generated 3D terrain. Clicking on the terrain will let you navigate through related topics while search results are displayed on the right.
Takes Flickr + Google Maps + Dipity and lets users see when and where images for a given keyword, tag or Flickr user were taken. Save your search and embed it in your blog or social network.
|Flickr, Dipity, GoogleMaps|
Shows YouTube videos on an interactive timeline based on keywords you enter, e.g. Barack Obama or Chocolate Rain.
|Tokyo Bubble Machine|
Bubbles featuring the most popular art and design events in Tokyo. Built using the ArtBeat API.
|Tokyo Twitter Heat Map|
Fetches the geolocalized tweets around Tokyo and creates live heatmaps of the activity.
|Top 99 Palettes at Once|
Displays the top or new 99 palettes at once from a specified COLOURlovers user or the entire community. The colors from each palette are displayed as thin vertical stripes.
A Google Maps, Foursquare and Twitter search API mashup that allows lovers of Toronto to tweet their favorite location or thing to do in Toronto. The application captures real time tweets or tweets that include references to a database of "Toronto-centric" locales. Real-time foursquare checkins are used to map where hotspots are at any given time.
|Twitter, GoogleMaps, Foursquare|
|TOTransit - View TTC Streetcars Live on a Map|
See when the next streetcars are coming (Toronto) and watch them move on a map in real time. Desktop and mobile friendly.
|Traffic Congestion Heat Maps|
Heat maps of mashed up traffic congestion statistics from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics with Google Maps and GeoIQ. The heat maps shows where the traffic congestion is and the score tells how concentrated traffic congestion for two cities.
Grabbing trends from Google, Twitter, Yahoo! & YouTube and aggregating them into a single site. View trend snapshots (taken about every 45 min.), or blended into a daily wordcloud visualization to see relative trend popularity for the day.