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  • BiofusionDesign | Portfolio | Page 3
    Click here to view the graphics How Tiger Woods Wins a Major Nov 16 2008 Post a comment New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen Click on image to view the graphics Golfâ s four major tournaments offer competitors a more difficult test than the rest of the stops on tour But while most players succumb to the tougher courses and heightened nerves Tiger Woods shows less of a decline especially in categories like greens in regulation and scrambling Click here to view the graphics Carbon Emissions Across the United States Nov 16 2008 Post a comment Maps New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen Click on image to view the graphics Electric power production and transportation are the two largest sources of carbon emissions in the United States But there are big differences in emissions between companies and from state to state that may make it harder to reach any agreement on cuts Click here to view the graphics Anatomy of a Squeaking Hip Nov 16 2008 Post a comment Design Illustrations New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen Click on image to view the graphics Some patients who have received artificial hips with ceramic components have complained that the hips make a squeaking sound The exact cause of the squeaking is unknown but â œstripe wearâ found on used ceramic parts suggests that the noise may begin when these parts rub together The audible squeak may be the resulting harmonic vibration of the metal shell or stem Click here to view the graphics Disappearing Foods Encouraging a Comeback Nov 16 2008 Post a comment Design Maps Portfolio By Vu Nguyen A new book â œRenewing Americaâ s Food Traditionsâ by Gary Paul Nabhan identifies 93 foods once common in American kitchens but now in danger of disappearing Some

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    of the museum but also much of the Park Avenue Armory Below explore an overview of the exhibition or look at 360 degree panoramic photographs of the third floor fourth floor and an installation Audio narration is by Holland Cotter an art critic for The Times Click here to view the graphics Home Prices Across the Nation Nov 16 2008 Post a comment New York Times Portfolio Programming By Vu Nguyen Compare local real estate markets to the national median Click here to view the graphics Toyota s Global Presence Nov 16 2008 Post a comment Design Maps New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen Toyota operates plants across the world Some models like the Corolla are both manufactured and sold worldwide Others like the Tundra are built in factories close to their intended market while still others like the Prius are made primarily in Japan and shipped worldwide The interactive graphics show where some of Toyotaâ s models are produced and sold Click here to view the graphics Oil Prices Reach a Symbolic Mark Nov 16 2008 Post a comment Design New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen The interactive graphics show the relationship between oil price and oil consumption for the last three decades Click here to view the graphics The Super Ad Bowl Two Decades of Players Nov 16 2008 Post a comment New York Times Portfolio Programming By Vu Nguyen An interactive feature that show super bowl ads categorized by industry for more than two decades Click here to view the graphics Page 4 of 9 First 2 3 4 5 6 Last Browse by category 3D Apple Architecture Arts Awards winners Books Cartoons Design Expedia Funny Illustrations Infographics Maps Miscellaneous msnbc com New York Times Open source Personal Politics Portfolio Programming Social networks Sports Travel

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    here to view the graphics Counting the Displaced Nov 16 2008 Post a comment Maps New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen On average China has built one large dam every day during the last 50 years displacing 1 100 people each time The interactive map is a part of the fourth installment of Choking on Growth a series of articles and multimedia examining the impact of Chinaâ s pollution crisis that I have been working on with other people at The New York Times Click here to view the graphics A Map of the Oil World Nov 16 2008 Post a comment Maps New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen In 2006 Saudi Arabia was by far the largest producer of oil followed by Russia and United States On average the United States consumed 20 6 million barrels per day which made it the largest oil consumer in the world This interactive map shows the world oil producers oil consumers and oil suppliers to the United States and ranks them from the largest to the smallest Click here to view the graphics Interactive Tour of Mount Kilimanjaro Nov 16 2008 Post a comment 3D Awards winners Design Maps New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen Every year thousands of people set to climb Mount Kilimanjaro but about a quarter of them fail before reaching the summit The rest who succeed become very ill from latitude sickness Is it worth the efforts Check out Tom Bissell s account of his painful and exhausting climb to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro Click here to view the graphics Awards and honors 2009 Part of the Design USA exhibition at the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum 2007 Gold from malofiej 16 2007 Gold from Society of News Design 2007 Best of Category

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  • BiofusionDesign | Portfolio | Page 9
    of sketches I came up with something I liked I named my robot eDeot It took me about one night to model and texture the character I still remember how I started around midnight and finished right before it was due in the next morning I was pretty happy about how the project turned out While creating the character guide I think managed to give the robot a distinct character Click here to download the character guide in pdf eDeot with attitudes Nasa Dawn mission Nov 15 2008 Post a comment 3D Illustrations Portfolio By Vu Nguyen I did this project in my 3D infographics class with Alberto Cairo in 2006 It is the first interactive project I have ever created with 3D animation It took about 2 weeks of part time labor to create 3D modeling and animation took about 1 week out of that I was still learning Maya at that time You can find more information about the Dawn mission here Click here to view the graphics Visual guide to observing eclipses Nov 15 2008 Post a comment Design Illustrations Portfolio By Vu Nguyen I did this project during my senior year at UNC Chapel Hill Besides being the first interactive graphics I have ever created this project was my greatest achievement in programming at that time Click here to view the graphics The mystery behind the giant squid Nov 15 2008 Post a comment 3D Awards winners Infographics Portfolio By Vu Nguyen My first infographics project ever It was also my first project in Alberto Cairoâ s 3D class at UNC Chapel Hill The notable thing about this project is that it landed me a summer internship at The New York Times in 2006 I can safely say that it started my career Today I have a chance to do what I absolutely love and make a living out of it thanks to this project Awards and honors 2006 â Summer internship at The New York Times Click here to view the graphics Looking Back at 2007 Feb 7 2008 Post a comment Design Infographics New York Times Portfolio By Vu Nguyen I finally found some time to put together a list of the projects that I have worked on in 2007 and some highlights from 2006 In 2007 I have had a chance to work on many different challenging and fun projects that required me to take many different roles I have sharpen up my programming skills greatly this year and have fully adopted The New York Times design style One of the skills I have acquired while working at The New York Times is the ability to deal with very intense deadlines I have learned how to organize my projects so that they are flexible for last minute changes and easy to maintain in the future Another thing that I have accomplished in 2007 is the code library that I built in Flash Working with few other people I have coded most of the

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  • BiofusionDesign | And I thought New York commute sucks
    health One third said it is undercutting their productivity at work or school IBM used the results to compile a â œCommuter Pain Index â which ranks the emotional and economic toll of commuting The index is a measure of 10 criteria from the amount of time spent sitting in traffic to the frequency with which people simply gave up and went home via Wired You might also like Online shoppers not afraid of recession Dirty Heating Oil in New York City Wait I thought the means required Previous post How wild is North America Next post Devices from Costner s Waterworld may help clean BP oil mess Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed You may also like Online shoppers not afraid of recession Dirty Heating Oil in New York City Wait I thought the means required Browse by category 3D Apple Architecture Arts Awards winners Books Cartoons Design Expedia Funny Illustrations Infographics Maps Miscellaneous msnbc com New York Times Open source Personal Politics Portfolio Programming Social networks Sports Travel Tutorials Typography Videos Browse by date March 2013 December 2012 April 2012 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010

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  • BiofusionDesign | Back and Alive
    was great though I had a great time with my friends and drank enough but not to much alcohol My whole body hurts badly now because I danced too much I will resume the work on this site tomorrow as there are many things left to be done You might also like Looking Back at 2007 Trip to North Carolina This Weekend Previous post Trip to North Carolina This Weekend Next post Book Review The Laws of Simplicity by John Maeda Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed One Comment niki Posted Oct 5 2007 at 1 21 pm Permalink hahah da ve da znam az kakvo napravi minaloto lqto You may also like Looking Back at 2007 Trip to North Carolina This Weekend Browse by category 3D Apple Architecture Arts Awards winners Books Cartoons Design Expedia Funny Illustrations Infographics Maps Miscellaneous msnbc com New York Times Open source Personal Politics Portfolio Programming Social networks Sports Travel Tutorials Typography Videos Browse by date March 2013 December 2012 April 2012 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 February 2010 January 2010 November 2009 August 2009 May 2009

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  • BiofusionDesign | Trip to North Carolina This Weekend
    to party with them this weekend I hope I will be sober enough to resume my work on this site when I am back on Monday You might also like Back and Alive New Site Up More Work Coming How wild is North America Have you ever tried to get a refund from Amazon com Previous post New Site Up More Work Coming Next post Back and Alive Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed You may also like Back and Alive New Site Up More Work Coming How wild is North America Have you ever tried to get a refund from Amazon com Browse by category 3D Apple Architecture Arts Awards winners Books Cartoons Design Expedia Funny Illustrations Infographics Maps Miscellaneous msnbc com New York Times Open source Personal Politics Portfolio Programming Social networks Sports Travel Tutorials Typography Videos Browse by date March 2013 December 2012 April 2012 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 February 2010 January 2010 November 2009 August 2009 May 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 February 2008 November 2007 October 2007 September 2007 Data you can touch banner About

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  • In truth it seems as though Microsoft has left nothing unchanged in the â œnewâ Bing Maps And yet even though the â œnewâ maps are unusually light on detail especially in how few cities they seem to show theyâ re now among the most aesthetically pleasing maps on the web How to win at rock paper scissors every time Aug 4 2010 One comment Funny By Vu Nguyen Click on image to view full size via Starcraft 2 vs productivity Aug 3 2010 2 Comments Funny By Vu Nguyen Uhmm I can t help it It s too good Feel like the old time all over again University website Aug 2 2010 Post a comment Funny By Vu Nguyen This is so f ing true via xkcd Will Google or Bing try to buy this Jul 29 2010 Post a comment Maps Videos By Vu Nguyen Here is a bit of information about the project Systems such as Google Street View and Bing Maps Streetside enable users to virtually visit cities by navigating between immersive 360 panoramas or bubbles The discrete moves from bubble to bubble enabled in these systems do not provide a good visual sense of a larger aggregate such as a whole city block Multi perspective strip panoramas can provide a visual summary of a city street but lack the full realism of immersive panoramas As the user slides sideways the multi perspective panorama is constructed and rendered dynamically to simulate either a perspective or hyper perspective view This provides a strong sense of parallax which adds to the immersion We call this form of sliding sideways while looking at a street faà ade a street slide Thanks Tom Page 2 of 32 1 2 3 4 5 Last Latest projects Responsive homepage redesign at Expedia

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