Just a quick update:
AOS has been featured on Visualizing.org with an interview to Salvatore Iaconesi.
Apart some background about Salvatore, some very interesting issues have been touches, such as the opportunity that information visualization represents for institutions and companies to invent new practices and strategies, and for people, as being able to ubiquitously access highly communicative and accessible information visualizations represents a whole new scenario that can be used to reinvent the ideas of citizenship, of consumption and of critical presence in our societies.
It also has been really fun taking out of the drawer one of our older projects, the Chackraputer, which involves representing a computer as a digital form of life, and its subsystems as its “chackras” :)
Here are some projects by FakePress that are currently being presented on Visualizing.org:
CoS: Consciousness of Streams
ConnectiCity and the Atlas of Rome
watch out :)