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invaZion ’10 3D Stereo Short Film Challenge

The invaZion 2010 challenge is revving up, and focusing on 3D Stereo Short films this time.  They’ve named their star-studded judge panel, including guys from Pixar, Dreamworks, and Disney, and their prizes are worth 20,o00 € . Entries must be in by March 30th, and much be in either 720p or 1080p format.  If you […]
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Infovis Contests, Your chance to Win!

A pair of contests of interest to infographics people have cropped up today. First off is related to yesterday’s announcement that Stephen Few would be keynote speaker at the PureShare User’s Group 2009. PureShare is now offering a chance to win a free pass to Stephen Few’s 1-day course to be held March 3rd.  The […]

Contest Winners: Week #4!

Another week has gone, and it’s time to draw our winners.  This week’s winner of a $25 Gift Card from Amazon.com is: Kevin K Congratulations!  I’ve just sent you an email, and you have 7 days to respond. If you didn’t win, then don’t despair. 2010 will host more contests, more prizes, and more chances […]

Contest Winners Week #3!

Another week has gone, and it’s time to draw our winners.  This week’s winner of a $25 Gift Card from Amazon.com is: Eric Gusukuma Congratulations!  I’ve just sent you an email, and you have until the next drawing (7 days) to respond.. If you don’t, then the next winner gets it instead! If you didn’t […]

Reminder: $25 Gift Card Drawing in 3.5 Hours!

There’s still time!  The third of our 4 $25 Gift Cards will be raffled off at 5:00pm Central today (Check the time I’m using).  Not many entries this week so if you’ve been waiting, Now’s your chance.  Go take the survey now and get your results in before time’s up! VizWorld 2009 User Survey

Contest Winners Week #2

Another week has gone, and it’s time to draw our winners.  This week’s winner of a $25 Gift Card from Amazon.com is: Giri V. V. (At least, that’s the name they gave, the email address appears valid.) Congratulations!  I’ve just sent you an email, and you have until the next drawing (7 days) to respond.. […]

Most Ugly & Useless Infographic Competition: The Winners

Infosthetics has named the winners of the “Most Ugly & Useless Infographic Competition”, and wow were there some simply horrible ones.  Shown to the right is one of the winners, a chart from CERN of the recently activated LHC. Two circulating beams bring first collisions in the LHC. “From the press release two days ago, […]

Dave Matthews Band in 3D, and a Contest!

The Dave Matthews Band, Ben Harper, Relentless7, and Gogol Bordello all participated in a huge concerts across the US that were recorded by inconcert3D and will now be presented to the masses at theatres nationwide! Shot in Digital 3D–which renders a cinema quality comparable to that found in this fall’s other big 3D releases (A […]

CGSociety Challenge Winner “Run for the Artifact”

Aurelien Rantet won the “Individual Video Master Award” in the recent Secret Agent themed CGSociety CGChallenge, and discusses his creative process and background in an interview with the organizers. The robot’s design is very simple: it’s the opposite view of all machines we can see in video games or films, which are very complex with […]

First Winner of the VizWorld 2009 Survey!

Time is up and the first winner of the $25 Gift Card from Amazon is : Josh Ryan Congratulations!  I’ve just sent you an email, and you have until the next drawing to respond.. If you don’t, then the next winner gets it instead! If you didn’t win, then don’t despair.  Just take the survey […]

Enter the “Visualize The BCS” Infographic Contest!

InfoJocks and CoolInfographics have partnered up to bring the “Visualize the BCS” infographic contest. Announcing the “Visualize the BCS” contest from InfoJocks.com! The Bowl Championship Series causes a ton of debate between sports fans over the holidays. We want you to design an infographic about the BCS. What to visualize is completely up to you, […]

Competition: What is the most Ugly and Useless Visualization Online?

Information Aesthetics has decided to, at least temporarily, embrace the dark side of visualization and learn to love the ugly and useless of the visualization world. While we keep discussing the necessity of theoretical frameworks, start dozens of vizblogs with endless “best-of” lists, and criticize the best practice of data visualizations, we seem to have […]