HYPERViz is aiming to make complex data accessible to the general public on a global scale, with implications in a wide variety of sectors, from environmental management and agriculture to the way pandemics affect society. Satellites and Satellite-imagery are critical to monitor the Earth, today more than ever. Hyperspectral imagery is a major technological breakthrough that will enable a great increase in potential applications related to environmental management, in direct relation to the objectives of the European Green Deal. Thus the continued popularity in EU public opinion of satellite imaging is essential. We plan to deliver a digital experience, as broadly accessible as Google Earth, built from multi-layered imaging of hyperspectral data in an artistic, experiential and intuitive way that ‘speaks’ to the general public in a way that empirical data cannot.
ScanWorld is dedicated to make actionable data for agriculture affordable and available on a global scale. We are building an infrastructure of hyperspectral satellites. Studio De Wilde team consists of creative coders, tech wizards, math experts, 3D alchemists and audiovisual hypnotists.
The Hyperviz team dedicates its work to the field of hyperspectral imagery and is aiming to make complex data accessible to the general public on a global scale. What you see in the video above is an extract of their first prototype application, where they have successfully integrated geospatial data into the ecosystem.
For their next steps the team is planning another impactful experience for the viewer: they will visualise and animate the plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean.