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Client work: The Incredible Savant Brain

Client work: The Incredible Savant Brain

Posted on 14. Jul, 2010 by .

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This one was quite fun and interesting to research.  We all know Rain man but some of these folks have quite superhuman abilities that show that the brain is capable of way more than we can ‘unlock’ from it.  And it’s not just autism or some genetic mutation, these savant abilities may just be dormant […]

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Client work: HEAT: A Visual Tour

Client work: HEAT: A Visual Tour

Posted on 11. Mar, 2010 by .

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So this one took me  a month to do… mostly because I couldn’t work very often due to the new baby!  But I really like this one, its fun.  Basically it a huge ordered list of temperatures.  Sometimes it just helps to see everything all in one go, to add some perspective.  Also there are […]

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Client work: Visualizing Density, Having Fun with Mass and Volume

Client work: Visualizing Density, Having Fun with Mass and Volume

Posted on 29. Dec, 2009 by .

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Now this one was really fun to do for Rasmussen College.  Density is a concept that can be hard to conceptualize.  You can have to bricks of something the same size, yet one is 10 lbs and the other 1,000 lbs.  So I created a standard format to help visualize the density of all kinds […]

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