Yes, the title is certainly a “cliche” of this age of digital media, but even so, it’s perfectly suitable for this quick post. After all, it’s almost time for Christmas, and featured here are a few recent visualizations that have in common this season.
Of course that many of you are probably still running with the infamous last-minute holiday shopping, so let’s just move on to the visuals.
(Click through the images to explore the visualizations)
NORAD Santa Tracker | NORAD
Google Santa Tracker | Google
The 2014 Christmas Data Visualisation | Brondbjerg
Santas Around the World | Esri
(Via Maps Mania)
Merry Vizmas | Tableau
Christmas: Love It or Hate It? | WNYC
What We’re Searching For | The New York Times
And to close, an almost 30 mt high twinkling Twitter Christmas tree towers over passengers at the newly opened Queen’s terminal at Heathrow. The largest interactive tree in London which comes to life as passengers tweet a festive greeting using the hashtag #T2Christmas, can be found at Terminal 2 – The Queen’s Terminal. Watch the promo video:
Hope you all have a great Christmas!