The New York Times

Published by Tim on Wednesday April 15, 2020

Last modified on January 25th, 2024 at 14:07

Commissioned by The New York Times, i’ve developed a generative animation to illustrate an article about contact tracing in times of COVID-19. The article was titled “An Army of Virus Tracers Takes Shape in Massachusetts“.

Many thanks to Antonio de Luca.

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