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Interactive, motion-filled US Windmap

A pretty stunning visualization of wind direction and speed over the continental US. Data is pulled from the National Digital Forecast Database every hour, so the visualization is almost in real-time. And, impressively, they're using HTML5 to draw the map and wind animation.

Beautiful + impressive.

Edits

Amazing new creation by Ian Coyle (a Portland based badass).

Short narratives in film and photography. A quarterly publication.

This inaugural issue is a personal retrospective on the ideas of exploration and home.

(via Daring Fireball)