François Garcia

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The Mountain View, California-based search giant announced Monday it is opening up its Glass Explorer program to the United Kingdom—the first time Google Glass will be sold outside the U.S. U.K. residents who are 18 or older will be able to purchase Glass for £1,000, the equivalent of about $1,700, $200 higher than its price tag in the U.S.
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fastcompany:

The Mountain View, California-based search giant announced Monday it is opening up its Glass Explorer program to the United Kingdom—the first time Google Glass will be sold outside the U.S. U.K. residents who are 18 or older will be able to purchase Glass for £1,000, the equivalent of about $1,700, $200 higher than its price tag in the U.S.

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Interessant d’imaginer tous les usages à venir avec les #google #glass :

Google Glass Explorer Story: WWF’s Sabita Malla (by Google Glass)

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Visualizing Which Countries People Are Trying To Get Away From, And Where They’re Going
A new tool combines country-level and census data to reveal how people move across the planet.
The patterns of human migrations around the world are fascinating to think about. Global movements reflect current events—whether war and strife, or economic opportunity and technological improvement—and these patterns also slowly reshape nations themselves.
That’s why it’s worth taking a few minutes to play around with this new interactive graphic of global migration patterns. In an unprecedented amount of detail, the graphic captures the movements in and out of 196 countries over the last 20 years.
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La mondialisation en DataViz

fastcompany:

Visualizing Which Countries People Are Trying To Get Away From, And Where They’re Going

A new tool combines country-level and census data to reveal how people move across the planet.

The patterns of human migrations around the world are fascinating to think about. Global movements reflect current events—whether war and strife, or economic opportunity and technological improvement—and these patterns also slowly reshape nations themselves.

That’s why it’s worth taking a few minutes to play around with this new interactive graphic of global migration patterns. In an unprecedented amount of detail, the graphic captures the movements in and out of 196 countries over the last 20 years.

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La mondialisation en DataViz

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Chez X-PRIME, nous avons réalisé une infographie qui montre le chemin logique depuis la photo prise avec votre smartphone favoris. En fonction de son objet, nous vous montrons le bon réseau pour partager ; si ça ressemble à une photo artistique alors « share to Instagram » si ça ressemble à un « reminders » alors « share to Evernote », etc.

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