Just finished a new clip with PICOL icons for Navia Systems, a company which was founded in 2007 by four MIT doctoral students. The company’s goal is to help people make more rational, data-driven decisions by designing and building machines that make good judgements in the presence of uncertainty.
The clip exaplains the concept of probabilistic computing, also known as Bayesian inference. Enjoy watching it.
For more information you can visit the website of Navia Systems.
Here you can watch the clip with some additional information on my portfolio.
The blog post isn´t really new, but just found some really nice words on the “History of the Internet” on the blog of John Nack — Thanks
Melih Bilgil’s The History of the Internet tells, well, you know, using minimal lines but loads of attention to detail. (The fly-over of Cuba is terrific.) Adobe designer Ethan Eismann writes, “My new personal mission in life is to bring this level or higher of engaging instruction to an Adobe welcome screen near you.”
This clip “Fünf-Prozent-Hürde” (five percent coinsurance clause) is an animation out of a series of three clips. It explains an aspect of the election system in Germany. Together with Astrid Reinberger we made these clips for the Bundeszentrale für polische Bildung (BPB). All clips were made with help of the PICOL signs.
Two other clips, with the title “Überhangmandate” and “Erst- und Zweitstimme” which are already produced, will follow soon. If you can´t wait to see them, you can watch all clips here on the website of the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.
Credits Editors: Stephan Trinius, Stefan Lampe (BPB)
V.i.S.d.P: Thorsten Schilling (BPB)
Conception and production: Astrid Reinberger, Melih Bilgil
Speaker: Melanie Pukaß Appraiser: Christoph Strünck