NASA JPL's Infographics
|Goal||Help NASA visualize and communicate space exploration.|
|Task||Take free NASA data and create/share cool visuals.|
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) needs you to take complex scientific data and images and turn them into informative graphics to convey a simple and easy to understand messages! The JPL’s newest venture is called JPL Infographics, and they need your help to create and post your very own creations of scientific graphic art.
All of the resources are at your fingertips, including high-resolution images, 3-D models, fact sheets, and loads of other data build your very own Infographics. You can browse the numerous of other user creations to get inspired and then upload your creation online!
This is a really fun and challenging project and your work will be used to educate and inform others on the goings on of cutting-edge space exploration. So fire of both sides of your brain and create some educational space art!
|How to Join||
Sign up for free at http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/infographics/user.signin.php?redirectFrom=index.php? and start creating Infographics today!
Computer with internet connectivity.
Photo editing and/or graphic design software is a plus.
|Ideal Age Group||Adults|
|Spend the Time||indoors|
|Type of Activity||Exclusively online, At school, At home|
|Tags||art, data, design, graphic, graphics, imagery, images, infographic, informatics, information, jet propulsion, jpl, nasa, solar system, space|
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