This project has its origins in my thesis at the University of Applied Sciences Joanneum. In this case study, a continuous Microsoft Kinect 3D image signal is being processed using complex event processing patterns with Reactive Extensions. Extracted skeleton information is being emitted to client browsers in real-time using SignalR and drawn dynamically on a simple HTML5 Web page. Thus it is possible to follow real human gestures live on the Web. The project was mentioned on
Yet another corporation with zyclonite networks is gw2map.com, an experimental but yet very successful visualization of realtime data fetched from the APIs of the famous MMORPG Guild Wars 2 by ArenaNet. We are visualizing role play events and stream player vs. player events on our interactive war room map. By reading the player's coordinates from a memory map with a client, we can visualize where your group of players is at on our HTML 5 application. Live. Check out the video
zLogFabric is a cross-platform log solution which collects log messages via a message bus (jms, amqp) on a central server instance. The modular design enables the server to store and forward log messages as well as generating alarms and statistics. The system can log information from files, syslog, log4j, log4net and collect Windows eventlogs.
The basic concepts have come from zyclonite networks. The .Net development happens here.
The Austrian Statistics Institute “Statistik Austria” contantly releases very informative data under the “Cooperation Open Government Data Austria”. I appreciate this initiative a lot and it turns out that there is a lot which can be used to create fancy visualizations and mine for valuable information. Thus I created a visualization of some key economy metrics divided by federal state. Using d3.js I animated the visualization. Conceptually it’s no more than a simple data dri