The area between Bermuda and the Bahamas is notorious for its complex navigation conditions. In the mid-20th century, it became known as the Devil's Triangle after a series of ships and aircraft disappeared, which at the time defied natural explanation. The flywheel of mystery, set in motion by the media, turned the Bermuda Triangle into a place surrounded by myths and hypotheses, none of which have earned scientific merit.
In Processing 3 we analyzed the locations of missing aircraft and ships. As a result, we concluded that the Bermuda Triangle is not abnormal for the number of missing objects.
The result is a simple infographics, in which we tell the story of the myth of the Bermuda Triangle. The project was in the book: "Cartographics: Designing the Modern Map" (ISBN 978-988-14703-3-1).