Full Screen stable: covid 19 viz 3d
Full Screen latest: covid 19 viz 3d/dev << where the action is
dev version for 2020-04-14 ~ loads both Hopkins and Wikipedia data in single chart, now shows Wikipedia tables, shows stats “in-world”, better pop-up user experience
The dev release is a work-in-progress
The concept of the web page is to help you get an overview of the current COVID-19 situation around the entire world in 3 seconds or less.
- View the latest COVID-19 data from John Hopkins University GitHub repository with interactive 3D
- Display all the data in seconds on any device then zoom and rotate and click to see the cases in 3D
Mentions with many comments
Done: will be more access to more detailed geoJSON files so we can show things like cases per capita and deaths per GDP.Access to fresher data during the course of the day. After that there’s likely to be some kind of animated timeline and county/province level details.
And what will be even more fun will be flamingos flying between the sticks and dolphins popping out of the Pacific Ocean. Fingers crossed the Redditers allow us to do this.
Why are there messages in the background?
An early visitor to our tracker raised this issue “Expressions of Hope”
Oleg askeg “I wonder if we could show positive tweets and expressions of hope and gratitude for the courage of health workers around the world.”
What you see is our first attempt to give Oleg some delight.
- Zoom out then rotate. Trying to read the messages on a phone is a little guessing game.
- The text is huge and leaves much white space. This is so you are not totally distracted while looking at the data.