What’s Trending and Column Five deliver a good infographic on Comic Con and how the box office hype doesn’t always come to fruition. The question is: Will studios keep coming to the geek fueled festival even if it doesn’t mean big bucks? Only time will tell.
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While seeming to be a bit too long and could benefit from a hot track playing in the background, still a very cool visualization of some 880 iPhones and their GPS data in April 2011.
Here’s an informative eco-cars video infographic focused on the UK, Complete with cool British accent 🙂
Interesting effort from L2ThinkTank highlighting a 100 page report on prestige brands and how they rank in a multi-dimensional Facebook IQ class. What’s your Facebook brand IQ?
Title says it all. Some good visuals (even some Angry Birds) on the Irish digital economy.
A critical look into the inefficiencies of the US higher education system, this video infographic challenges the number of student hours taught by professors, the number of jobs in which one actually needs a degree, the high level of student debt upon graduation, and other such hard to face areas of reality.
This is an extended motion graphic showing the possibilities of what lies in store for the future digital world. 15 key facts and conclusions to know the future of the Internet in 2015.
This video infographic, while not having a voice-over, has a catchy beat and does a good visual on the dangers of malaria, especially among children.
InfographicGuy delivers a fine video rendition of this infographic.