Some images of the Final Data Visualisation Poster that was printed slightly bigger than A1. Showing some of the detail of the type and graphic elements used in the visual.
Sunday, 15 April 2012
This visualisation shows the evolution of video game consoles from 1967 to 2012, and how the different brands have affected and changed the market through the release of their respective consoles.
Due to the high competition between brands, each one has been pushed to reach a high standard to keep their audience interested and ensure they aren’t left behind in a busy market worth over $100 billion.
A total of eight generations have seen advancement in the technology used. Through the overall design, BIT size, controllers and technical specifications of the consoles, market leaders have continued to surprise game fanatics with each new release. Here’es to the next generation …
Posted by Thomas Wightman at 14:30
Thursday, 12 April 2012
Photography brief: Where I was given one word/ phrase and had to interpret the meaning and connotations conveyed. Where I used a long exposure which allowed to create the two characters to be in focus deep in conversation where the people and traffic in the background became blurred conveying time passing. Creating the idea that the two people are unaware on what is occurring around them.
Posted by Thomas Wightman at 00:34