This is a visualization of the network packets of a YouTube video, slowed down 12 times. You can clearly see the handshake, some odd client/server negotiation, and the full ramp-up.
Created using Packet Flight: github.com/aristus/packet-flight Each flying circle represents a network packet. The small green ones are control packets: ACK, SYN, etc. The larger blue ones are data packets. The data is from a real tcpdump of the first 4 seconds of Rick Astley's music video.
Computer and video games have come a long way since the days of Pac-Man and Frogger, and so have those who play them. Today's video games are enjoyed by players all ages and backgrounds and parents are increasingly involved in making sure that the ones their children play are age-appropriate. Here's a list of some key statistics related to the video game industry, some of which might really surprise you!
An animation of six months of 2010 New Zealand earthquake data. Blue circles represent seismic activity recordings. Each event leaves behind a small red dot to show the overall pattern. The animation ends a few days after the 7.1 quake that hit Christchurch on September 4.
This particular audibilization is just one of many ways to generate sound from running sorting algorithms. Here on every comparison of two numbers (elements) It play (mixing) sin waves with frequencies modulated by values of these numbers. There are quite a few parameters that may drastically change resulting sound - I (Rudy Andrut) just chose parameteres that imo felt best.
View of the solar system showing the locations of all the asteroids starting in 1980, as asteroids are discovered they are added to the map and highlighted white so you can pick out the new ones. The final colour of an asteroids indicates how closely it comes to the inner solar system. Earth Crossers are Red. Earth Approachers (Perihelion less than 1.3AU) are Yellow. All Others are Green Notice now the pattern of discovery follows the Earth around its orbit, most discoveries are made in the region directly opposite the Sun. You'll also notice some clusters of discoveries on the line between Earth and Jupiter, these are the result of surveys looking for Jovian moons. Similar clusters of discoveries can be tied to the other outer planets, but those are not visible in this video. via flowingdata.com