Many Eyes on Rails

The word’s out: Many Eyes (and Visualization Lab) are now Ruby on Rails applications. ┬áThat’s something I’m awfully happy about.

And now, back to your regularly scheduled programming.

Many Eyes for the New York Times

The Visual Communication Lab just launched a version of Many Eyes for the New York Times. We’re extremely excited about it.

You can go play at http://vizlab.nytimes.com. (They’ve rebranded it as “Visualization Lab.”) The Times has a nice blog post about it, too.

Like Many Eyes, you can embed live visualizations. In the spirit of the upcoming election (go vote!), here’s a wordle of Obama’s nomination acceptance speech.


Check it out! And don’t forget to read the credits.

Dead Air, Live

Thanks to Andrew Sempere, I had the chance to participate in the Artistic Mediums in Pontiac, MI. Aside from DJing at the opening party, I also had a piece there called Dead Air, Live.

Dead Air, Live

In short, it’s a self-sampling radio. Recording to come.

Many Eyes

Many Eyes is a public website for collective visualization and analysis. It’s my first really sizeable project at IBM, and it’s the first really public creation from our group, the Visual Communication Lab.

Go play.