In a collaborative initiative between Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design and The Danish Design School, the Interaction Design Pilot Year brings together students and faculty from various disciplines for a unique brand of education.
The Interaction Design Pilot Year is a full-time intense curriculum that includes a number of skills-based modules (such as video prototyping and computational design), followed by in-depth investigations in to graphical/tangible interfaces and service design.
The end result? A lot of great work from some talented and motivated students. There are a number of project modules, but naturally, I’m most drawn to the interactive data visualization projects. Here are a few of the projects.
Find much more in the student gallery.
The large round image in the top right of your first graphic reminded me on nothing more than the fertilization of an ovum:
In any case, I wanted to investigate this “data wheel”, but the example on the site you cited is only a set of static images and a description of what the live version does.
I just discovered this music video from Royksopp. It is a beautiful video full a seemless series of infographics.