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Senior Thesis: Driving Data
Nuclide Galaxy: Each star in the galaxy corresponds to an unstable nuclide. The size of the star is proportional to the energy of that nuclide's emissions as it undergoes radioactive decay. Screenprint on black paper.
Detail of "Nuclide Galaxy"
3D Periodic Table: the height of each pillar corresponds to the number of known isotopes for that element. Made using Photoshop.
Circle Elements: In this graphic, every known element is represented by a circle labelled with its atomic symbol. The diameter of each circle is determined by the number of isotopes that are known for that element. Each concentric ring within a circle stands for one of its isotopes. Black rings are stable isotopes, blue rings are naturally radioactive, and white rings have been made radioactive through artificial means. Made using Adobe Photoshop.
Detail of "Circle Elements"
Isle of Stability: a graph showing the relationship between atomic number, number of neutrons, and binding energy superimposed over acrylic painting. Graph and painting were combined using Photoshop
Cover of "Driving Data" embossed using polymer plate and printing press.
Senior Thesis: Driving Data
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Driving Data is a a book of infographics, data visualizations, and illustrations based on the Chart of the Nuclides, a particularly inscrutable n Read More
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