Here's What 'Data Flow' Looks Like In The US (Pics)
Jun 25, 2012 16:49
This stunning image is a visualization of how internet access in the
US looks like. The still was captured from a brand new PBS miniseries titled "America Revealed", which explains the hidden patterns and rhythms that keeps America running like clockwork.
The show aims to help the masses understand just how data flows by means of aerial photography, satellite imagery, number-crunching computers
and GPS trackers. Check out a few more stunning pictures below plus the a clip from the first episode:
Each pinprick of light represent recent job losses in the US.
The route of a family-run combine harvesting business zig-zagging across the U.S
Blue lines showing the Manhattan travel routes of a pizza delivery guy followed by...
This wicked image shows Domino's Pizza's national supply chain. And here's the first episode which starts out with a pizza delivery route in New York City:
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