An easy to use yet powerful visualization tool for WordPress
Use the Playlist Tool to create collections of content presented in the order you choose. Audios, videos, images and text - or all of them at once!
Use the Story Editor to describe your playlist items and narrate your own story of the content presented.
Choose a visualization method and change its behaviour and appearance. Use combination of these settings to fit the purpose of your presentation. What you see is what you get!
Tell your story about the collection you put into a playlist by using the story editor. Create your own narration by adding contextual information to each post - or just leave the original content as is.
Present your playlist on maps. Change basemaps, choose whether and how to display the playlist to the visitor, make taxonomy and timerange filters available to them.
Configure the look and feel of your map-based presentation by changing colors, fonts and much more.
Present your playlist on the popular knightlab timeline.
Change colors, fonts and let visitors filter by taxonomies.
Present your playlist as overlaying layers on a three dimensional timeline or as a two dimensional slideshow. Configure the appearance of the layers, the playlist and modify space and transitions.
UVisualize! is modular.
It can be extended by your own custom visualization module easily.The layers module provides a standalone example, solely based on the UVisualize! framework.
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Concept, programming and UI design by Ralf Traunsteiner and Ingo Leindecker
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