Visualization of internet distribution

Aerial Data Visualisation Reveals Life In The United States

Awesome Aerial Data Maps Reveal America from PBS's series America Revealed

You've probably never even heard of the place with the most local domain registrations.

Surprising map of the Internet shows tiny U.S. and huge mystery island

Surprising map of the Internet shows tiny U. and huge mystery island Kellen Beck,Mashable

According to patent drawings, it's a cloud, or a bean, or a web, or an explosion, or a highway, or maybe a weird lump.

laughingsquid: “‘What Is the Shape of the Internet?’, A Site That Features Representations of the Internet From Patent Drawings ”

The Internet Looks Like Nothing | The Creators Project

Map Of All The Undersea Cables That Power The Internet [Video] - The Internet is powered by a complex network of undersea cables spanning all around the globe.

In 2013, an anonymous hacker mapped the Internet through illegal means, and in the process exposed rampant security problems. The project, called Internet Census 2012, used 420,000 networked devices, dubbed the Carna Botnet, to ping IP addresses across the globe in 2012. Every one of the devices was either entirely unsecured with no password protection, or used the standard password "root" that comes with many off-the-shelf routers (users are supposed to change the password, but rarely do).

Beautiful, Intriguing, and Illegal Ways to Map the Internet

In 2013, an anonymous hacker mapped the Internet through illegal means, and in the process exposed rampant security problems. The project, called Internet Census 2012, used 420,000 networked devices, dubbed the Carna Botnet, to ping IP addresses across the globe in 2012. Every one of the devices was either entirely unsecured with no password protection, or used the standard password "root" that comes with many off-the-shelf routers (users are supposed to change the password, but rarely do).

This Map of the US Internet Was Never Public Until Now

This Map of the US Internet Was Never Public Until Now

US fibre cable map. "This work is about how the US long-haul fiber infrastructure looks like, how resilient it is, how it impacts risks, and how we can improve it. Ram mentioned that no one has a complete view of the Internet at a physical level"

By: The Oxford Internet Institute  Each hexagon represents 470,000 people connected to the internet. The shades show the overall percentage of the population connected, with dark red indicating that 80-100% of the country’s people enjoy some form of internet access. If the country is shaded white, this means less than 20% of the population is connected.

The World Online: total number of Internet users in a country (size of the country) as well as the percentage of the population that has Internet access (shade of the country).

This map from 2011 by designer Nicolas Rapp shows the fiber optic cables that traverse the oceans carrying information from one continent to the other. The shades of blue show the percentage of a country's population that uses the Internet (darker shades indicate a lower percentage).

Beautiful, Intriguing, and Illegal Ways to Map the Internet

What the Internet really looks like: Each yellow line is one of the major fiber-optic cables that carry Internet traffic around the world. These are the 'plumbing' of the internet, and many are routed undersea

London-based product designer and artist Ben Redford has just released a colour version of Internetopia -- a web based drawing experiment, aiming to create a "snapshot of the internet"

The 'Largest Crowdsourced Drawing' In Existence Attempts To Illustrate The Entire Internet

How the internet works, explained by Ninjas

This infographic was installed inside the classroom at PC Ninja. It is used to teach students how the internet works.

4 . Caption: The first iteration of the Internet was known as ARPANET. It was built in 1969 by BBN Technologies and funded by the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the Department of Defense (known today as DARPA). It used the same basic technologies that today's Internet is founded on. This image is a logical map of ARPANET as it stood in 1977. Geographical representations of ARPANET are about as adorable as any baby pictures.

Beautiful, Intriguing, and Illegal Ways to Map the Internet

Cogeco Peer 1‘s Map Of The Internet app claims to be the most inspiring and educational 3D visualization of the digital landscape ever created.

Cogeco Peer 1‘s Map Of The Internet app claims to be the most inspiring and educational 3D visualization of the digital landscape ever created.

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