"The Anatomy of a Mashup," a real-time data visualization by Sydney-based graphic designer Cameron Adams, turned up a week ago but it's still fresh, striking a chord memory with any hardcore Daft Punk fan.
The graphics themselves are fairly straightforward (Daftendirekt, one might say), but Adams' visualization is harder, better, faster and stronger for his technologic prowess: "The entire piece is composed from the latest HTML5 and CSS3 technology (canvas, audio, transforms & transitions) so you'll need a newer browser to view it in."
It's been too long since I've listened to a lot of these tracks.
As a musician who's dabbled in mashups before, I personally think the first third of the composition is the strongest—it's not quite the rollercoaster of Alive 2007, but few things are. He's only human, after all. Of course, as a freelance web designer, I don't think I could come up with a visualization that's half as well-executed as Adams' design.
Show him some digital love by donating towards his hosting costs... oh yeah, rock 'n' roll.