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"Out of Sight, Out of Mind. Every U.S. Drone Strike In Pakistan Since 2004" by Pitch Interactive, from Berkeley, California | Pakistan Drone Attack Visualization | the saddest part ... only 1.5% of those killed (47 out of 3,105 total) were actually "high profile" targets ... the rest were WOMEN/CHILDREN/etc. | visit the official INTERACTIVE webpage to see more data, including dates/locations/victims/etc. ... drones.pitchinter...

traffic in Manhattan’s central business district. (graphic credit: Pitch Interactive)

The Man Who Could Unsnarl Manhattan Traffic | Magazine | WIRED

Pitch Interactive's data visualizations illuminate complex sets of information in a way that is dynamic, accessible, and visually eloquent. NYC's 311 call center, which receives more than 50,000 calls each day, offers citizens information on school closings, recycling rules, etc. and fields complaints on anything from property taxes to rodents. In an undulating, colorful graphic, Pitch Interactive plotted the most common complaints by time of day, exposing what irks New Yorkers

Wes is an artist, data visualizer and provocateur based in Berkeley, CA. In 2007 he founded Pitch Interactive, a studio who's focus is weaving code with design with statistics to find versatile solutions to communicate complex data for clients such as Google, Wired, GE, Esquire, Scientific American, Popular Science and the McKnight Foundation.

Pitch Interactive - A Data Visualization Studio

Data Graphic Shows What New Yorkers Complain About by Pitch Interactive

MADE IN CHINA? [Graphic by Pitch Interactive; for "The Truth about China’s Patent Boom" By Lee Branstetter, Guangwei Li and Francisco Veloso, Scientific American, October 2013]

The Truth about China’s Patent Boom

Interactive Media Wall

Pitch Interactive - A Data Visualization Studio

"Out of Sight, Out of Mind" — A visualization of drone strikes by Pitch Interactive

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Breaking the Deep-Space Barrier [Graphic by Pitch Interactive, for Scientific American]

Breaking the Deep-Space Barrier [Interactive]

Pitch Interactive: How 142 Nations Capitalize on Science: Scientific American

How 142 Nations Capitalize on Science

The Popular Science Archive Explorer by Pitch Interactive

The Popular Science Archive Explorer

Infographic from Pitch Interactive

Pitch Interactive - A Data Visualization Studio

Circular explorations with color. Made in 2009.

An art installation we did in 2012 for the MMoCA (Madison Museum of Comtemporary Art) before leaving Madison to relocate in Berkeley. Inspired by Gene Davis, we created an interactive component that uses the Kinect to abstract colors from viewers clothes to recreate Gene Davis's work originally made in 1969.

A project commissioned by La Panacee in Montpellier visualizing city complaint data across the city.

Initial research exploring complaint data from the city of Montpellier

The Evolution of Innovation - interactive visualization for Popular Science

Work for Fortune Magazine.