• 8OS – Body/Mind Operating System

    Proposition for the new body/mind operating system based on variability, fluid dynamics, and the embodied understanding of a metaphor.

    Read More
  • Knowledge Graphs: The New Type of Document for the 21st Century

    Excel was a revolutionary product for the time, but in the 21st century columns and rows are not sufficient anymore. What matters today are multidimensional relations between data, which combine a better view of the bigger picture with an attention to detail: networks and graphs.

    Read More
  • Army Swarming Techniques

    This video from South Korea shows the intricate swarm choreography of the riot police units. Notice the similarities with insect swarms and the way the whole structure operates according to the global task (move back the crowd) through local self-organized clusters.

    Read More
  • 04/05/2012 / Information Epidemics and Collective Action Session at re:publica Conference

    Dmitry Paranyushkin talk on networks at re:publica conference in Berlin 2012

    re:publica is “Germany’s largest and most prominent conference on the future of our society and all things digital”. This year’s theme is action and will focus on how digital technologies bring people together to affect social and political change. Here is the slide show and some photos from our session at re:publica conference that took place on the 4th of May 2012 in Berlin. A big thank you to everyone who came to the talk and for the interesting conversations afterwards!

    Read More
  • The Dynamics of Facebook Protest

    This is a report on the experiment that Nodus Labs conducted on some of the more active Russian protest Facebook groups formed after the rigged Russian election in 2011. We made two network visualizations for three different protest groups over a period of one month in order to observe their dynamics. We found that the most influential members of these groups were not too politically engaged before the elections and were mainly journalists, students, event organizers, and media workers. We also found that the groups formed around ideological causes (such as “Putin must leave”) stagnated in their development in January 2012, while the groups formed around a call for active participatory actions (“Volunteers for the fair elections”) have grown in size and density considerably, building a very well connected and yet open network that was able to bring many new members together around their cause.

    Read More
  • Page 1 of 2
Try InfraNodus — Text Network Visualization Tool Learn More