There's more data than ever, and more ways to get it. As the world gets more complex and attention spans grow shorter, makes it possible to present infomation in a bite-sized visual way that makes sense for the age of big data. Their platform democratizes the creation and sharing of visualizations, making it possible for everyone to participate.
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San Francisco, US
Visually was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

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Visually has an office in San Francisco
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In total, Visually had raised $15.7 m. Visually is a subsidiary of ScribbleLive

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BackMap helps people who are visually impaired navigate cities and indoor areas

 I’m not sure what it would be like to navigate the streets of New York if I were visually impaired, but I imagine it would not be the most comfortable experience. BackMap, which came out of TechCrunch Disrupt NY’s 2017 hackathon, is a backpack that vibrates to let you know when to turn right and wh…

Leaked Star Wars: Battlefront II trailer is visually stunning

 If you’re a fan of the Star Wars (many people are) then you may also be a fan of this trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront II, which just popped up a bit early on Vimeo. The trailer is amazing, showing action-packed sequences rendered using the in-game engine, which seems to be able to delivery top-n…

'Ghost in the Shell’ is visually compelling but fails to avoid whitewashing controversy

Now on CineFix, come for the review, stay for the recommendations! Clint and Ti share their thoughts on the latest movie, Ghost in the Shell, as well as their picks for movies that pair nicely with the anime remake. Visit CineFix for more episodes and movie-related content. Read more... More…

Flickr introduces visually similar search

Yahoo today is announcing the launch of a new feature in Flickr: the ability to search for images that are visually similar to a single given image. Running one of these searches is as simple as hovering over an image you’re interested in within search results, clicking on the three dots, and select…

OxSight uses augmented reality to aid the visually impaired

 One percent of the world’s population, approximately 70 million people, are blind. That is not a huge number when you think of it in terms of a potential use base for a consumer product, but it is massive when you consider that there are currently few assistive technologies available as an aid to m…

TheBlindGuide acquires UPenn startup ThirdEye, bringing computer vision to the visually impaired

 There’s nothing quite like the atmosphere of a college hackathon. Amidst the free t-shirts and apps to help you find parties on campus always lie a few hidden gems for those with the patience to hunt. ThirdEye, one of those gems forged out of PennApps, UPenn’s hackathon, is being acquired today by …
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