Thirty second exposure of a palm tree swaying

We live in motion. And without time there would be no motion. Everything moves, trembles, vibrates. Depth perception isn’t possible without motion. In working in print we are in effect stopping motion. By stopping a subject in time we are able to study it more intently and get clarity on the subject. If motion is the norm, what is special about making an information graphic interactive and full of movement?

While at Malofiej20, I was asked what I thought the future of information graphics would be. Here’s my answer. (The first ten seconds of the video are in spanish.)

Stopping time