Wooden sculptures showing solar dataviz for your location

Using the Python library Pysholar and some Javascript, John Kuiphoff wrote code that takes GPS coordinates, finds the amount of sunlight that falls all day long there, and turns it into 24 shapes — one for each hour of the day — that reflects the changing distribution of sunlight for that hour, as the year goes by. — Read the rest

Wooden sculptures showing solar dataviz for your location
Screenshot of wooden dataviz of sunlight, by John Kuiphoff

Using the Python library Pysholar and some Javascript, John Kuiphoff wrote code that takes GPS coordinates, finds the amount of sunlight that falls all day long there, and turns it into 24 shapes — one for each hour of the day — that reflects the changing distribution of sunlight for that hour, as the year goes by. — Read the rest