They steal your passwords, hide under the folds of your browser, and turn off your virus protection software.
Alex Dragulescu turned these deadly computer virus into visual models that look like works of art.
We work with huge amounts of data at the Decision Theater, and often over-simplify what we refer to as a ‘visualization’ — a JPG, a PowerPoint, a map are, after all, visualizations. But data can be rendered as a city, a strand of DNA, a mathematical model…a Twitter user’s digital profile? That’s an eye-opener for me.
Take this, from Alex Dragulescu. It’s a look at what Twitter users do when they micro-blog, creating a data profile as it were. As Alex puts it:
“we visualize the topical and temporal patterns to create a portrait of the author.”