In-Formed: Data Visualization With Physical Objects

In-Formed: Data Visualization With Physical Objects
Design
Dan Gould
  • 27 may 2009

Designer Nadeem Haidary is creating fascinating physical objects that are modified to visualize statistics related to the activities that they’re involved in. This revealing of relevant but often unknown information is designed to help change wasteful behaviors. Each prong on the fork seen above represents a different countries caloric intake per capita, mimicking the discrepancies of food consumption around the globe.

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