Yes, you heard it before; the most powerful ideas are the most simple ideas. That’s very true for Radio Garden, an award interactive project allowing listeners to hover the world to find their favorite radio station. An idea by Amsterdam based Studio Puckey and Moniker. What a great way to experience the local music and news feel from Bogota to Tokyo and back. Once you start browsing, it’s not easy to stop.
Very cool interactive production by the Berliner Morgenpost. This interactive data visualisation shows the positions of all runners during the 2016 Berlin marathon. And yours, if you competed. By tweaking various settings, you can customize the experience. Great creative thinking. Rather than listing names and times in the news paper, the editorial team of Berliner Morgenpost, lets your run the Berlin Marathon again. Spitze!
The interactive team of New York Times does it again. After Olysmphony, Decisive Moments at the Rio Olympics decomposes sports again. And quite brilliant too. Various sport events at the Rio 2016 Olympics are shot frame by frame in order to create Cartier-Bressoneske like visualisations. Simply scroll through the page and the sequences of freezes pinpoint the movements of athletes. A firm place on the podium again.
A classic. Documentary game taking you into the oil fields of Fort McMurray, Canada, the third largest oil reserve in the world.
[UPDATE: Too bad, this production has been removed from its server. All there is left, is the trailer]
Super cool interactive webdocumentary by FranceTV on the international graffiti scene. Portraying graffiti artists from The Bronx to Singapore, exploring the challenges they face in their work as an artist.