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Infographics: Technology by

The fourth book in the visually stunning Infographics series, which showcases information and data in stunning graphic visualisations. Complex facts about technology are explained through stylish information graphics, which astonish, amuse and inform with each turn of the page. In the seven tabbed sections learn the history of computers from the abacus to the tablet, see inside a smartphone, check out the robots working all around the world, discover how 3D printing works, follow the steps of CGI animation, take a look at the tech of a record-breaking car and imagine what the generation ships of the future could look like. Researched by the Guardian's Datablog expert, Simon Rogers, and illustrated by the inimitably brilliant Studio Muti. Contents: High-Tech World, Computers, Robot Age, Medical Marvels, On the Move, Communications and Tomorrow's World. Word count: 15,000

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This is great book for curious, enquiring minds and will entertain and inform adults as well as younger readers. The Bookbag

About the Author

Simon Rogers (Author) Simon Rogers edited and created guardian.co.uk/data, probably the world's most popular data journalism website and online data resource. Publishing hundreds of raw data sets, it encourages its users to visualise and analyse them. He has previously worked at Twitter in San Francisco as the organisation's first Data Editor. Studio Muti (Illustrator) Studio Muti is a creative studio founded in 2011, based in the city of Cape Town, South Africa. They are a dedicated team of illustrators and designers who are passionate about producing original and inspiring artwork, from lettering to icons, digital painting to animation. Muti's large client list includes Nike, Google and Lonely Planet.

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Paperback
80 pages

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Templar Publishing

Publication date

12th January 2017

ISBN

9781783704484


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