Olysymphony, magnificent interactive data production by New York Times

11-09-2017
Another great production by the New York Times innovative editorial team. Why create boring result lists of the Winter Olympics, when there’s audio to tell the story. In Olysymphony the New York Times present final results of winter games by using audio signals. Play the results and discover the minimal differences between the participants of skying, bobsled and speed skating. Fractions of a second, indeed. This is media-free thinking in it’s purest form. Just gold.





Go to ‘Fractions of a Second: An Olympic Musical’

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