Audiovisual mapping.

In comments, Nick points out a few more musical family trees: a map of jazz styles, a timeline of classical composers, and a flash guide to electronic music. Plus, two more graphical maps: a wonderfully intricate timeline of technological, economic, social, and historical trends from 1750 to 2100 (detail above), and SEED magazine's graphic look at the state of the planet.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

one last one, in ultra-ghastly frames+imagemaps navigation. click "people", "history", or "events" on the left. World History:HyperHistory

i do love those infographics (schematics, diagrams, napkin sketches, notational systems, cartography... ;)