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reMap: An Amazing Visual Browsing Interface to VisualCompexity.com

Bestario has created reMap, an interactive portal to view all of the infographics posted on VisualComplexity.com, and it's amazing.  They've created semantic connection between the different infographics using tags tat allow for an incredible browsing experience.

An interactive, visual browsing interface to an infographic archive.

reMap displays visualcomplexity.com projects allowing navigation using a semantic approach and depicting relations among them. All images and texts belong to vc portal. Tags are assigned using a semantic engine created by Bestiario.
Thanks Jose!  I love it!

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Wow, this is incredible. I particularly love the method of navigation/classification at the bottom. Jose, if you're reading this, I'd like to know what technology you used. Is this flash, javascript, some combination? Great job.

September 3, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRyan Nussbaum
Yeah go along with that good site.
Except that it doesn't work anymore -the squares are empty. Also, the interface is slow and the first screen that included some info arbitrarily went away before I read it all -and I did this twice!
January 11, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterjustme
Sometimes I can get this to work- sometimes not... can anyone tell me what settings I need to view this properly? What's it using? - thanks!
June 14, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterriddly

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