Built for Everyone
Datavized products are designed for users without code, data or design know-how. This allows you to move beyond scientists, engineers and analysts to empower your wider team across departments to bring their different skill sets together. Save money you would spend on outsourcing to production studios by creating data-driven content easily in-house.
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Geometric is an easy-to-use, software as a service (SaaS) tool to build and share immersive 3D data experiences on the web in minutes without coding. Turn your location data into business outcomes effortlessly with Geometric: create a 360° global view of trends and insights and publish 3D map content to multiple platforms with one click, including in virtual reality and mixed reality headsets.
Morph is a free and open-source web tool for creating designs, animations or interactive visualizations from data. Morph has been developed by Datavized with support from Google News Initiative. The software uses a generative algorithm to create graphics based on data from a spreadsheet and the user designs by guiding the evolution of their artwork through simple taps or clicks.
TwoTone lets you turn data into sound and music. It uses the process of sonification to let you hear data. It’s free and open source and runs 100% on the web, so you don’t need to download anything. TwoTone works on desktops, tablets and phones. It’s designed to be fast, fun and easy to use. TwoTone is imagined and made by Datavized Technologies with support from Google News Initiative.
Airfield is a free web tool that lets you edit audio. It is 100% web browser based. You can import audio into Airfield from your device. When you are ready to export you have the option to create a file in Mono or Stereo, or you can Spatialize your audio for use in immersive projects for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR). Airfield was built by Datavized Technologies and made possible by a Journalism 360 Grant Award from the Online News Association.