Developed by Jonas Wagner as a real-time WebGL Chrome Experiment, this is a visualization of 3.7 million Swiss addresses as a point cloud landscape.
Visualizing 3.7 million addresses in Switzerland in 3D using WebGL
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Dennis "Fox" Bonilla has been a user experience designer, software developer, and digital strategist collaborating with some of the most successful and high-tech organizations in the world. Fox is a co-founder and the Chief Technology Officer at Baltu Technologies where he is helping create next generation workforce development tools. Fox started Unified Pop Theory with his friends in attempt to bookmark and comment on novel intersections of technology, science, and the arts. Fox is a trend finder and idea maker who is inspired by individuals that believe the world can be changed one great project at a time. Fox can be reached on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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