June 22, 2014
The biggest iPhone photo infographic ever was created with Photo Stats app – the first infographic creator for iPhone by analyzing EXIF data from 1,307,857 iPhone photos from all around the world. Source
May 22, 2014
Once a photo is uploaded to the internet it can one or many paths. If uploaded to a photo sharing website like Flickr the photo can then be sited to blogs, shared with other users, and so on and so forth. This graphic shows the paths that it can take and where it can go […]
November 18, 2013
This May, Pongr unveiled its new visual sentiment image recognition tool, ImagePulse. ImagePulse uses computer vision technology to track the endless stream of brand photos spread across cyberspace. Source
June 11, 2013
A visualization of preventable deaths that you can avoid with a healthy lifestyle. The following infographic is specific to the US but is also applicable worldwide.
April 24, 2013
In this infographic, SynesthesiaTest.org presents a basic, elementary self test for grapheme-color synesthesia. In addition to the fun little test, an overview of grapheme-color synesthesia is provided. Source
April 22, 2013
Oscar buzz is approaching a fever pitch, with the Academy Awards just a few short weeks away. This also means that it’s almost time for Oscar parties. Would you like to impress your fellow party-goers with some obscure knowledge about the Academy Awards and the Oscar? Source
April 11, 2013
Do you know how many calories the average American eats on Thanksgiving? Or how long it takes most people to prepare Thanksgiving dinner? We surveyed 351 Viewpointers to find out all about their Thanksgiving cooking traditions. Source
March 30, 2013
To print, or not to print? Sometimes that question has more to do with manners than the environment. This flowchart will help you decide what to do, whatever the situation.
March 22, 2013
This infographic shows the changing nature of the app economy. This infographic analyzes how the channels to markets have widened.
February 19, 2013
Technology has changed what tools students carry with them over the past couple of decades. See how backpacks from the 1990s and 2000s compare to today’s. Source