Hack the Universe

  • Art direction
  • Data visualization

In November 2014, I participated in a 24 hour hackathon at the Museum of Natural History, called Hack the Universe. In that short amount of time, groups of designers, developers and astronomers came together to make something out of the museum's digital dataset.

My team, called Cosmosis, created a visualization platform for this huge dataset. We redesigned and reconfigured the data so that it was pleasing to the eye to visually "fly through space" as if you were inside a spaceship. Our team won first place in the "visualization" category. 

View our semi-completed project, and read more about the hackathon on the Atlantic.