NodeBox Live is a web application for data visualization and generative design. It integrates seamlessly with the web, transforming data from multiple services into interactive visualizations.
No coding skills? No problem. Connect nodes together instead of programming with code.
Our node-based workflow shows what's going on at every stage of the project.
Share projects with other people and re-use and remix each other's work.
Contextual help is built right in along with examples and tutorials.
NodeBox Live is a modular toolkit that can be used to create unique generative designs and compelling visualizations that run on the web.
NodeBox Live bundles functionality in small connectable building blocks called nodes. Users can create a network of nodes as a generator for all sorts of graphic output.
Work with CSV and JSON data or talk to an external web API.
Filter and aggregate your data using our practical data processing nodes.
Present your data using a collection of built-in shapes — or make your own.
Integrate your projects in web pages and add controls.
NodeBox Live is designed by the Experimental Media Research Group, a research group focused on usability, computational creativity and artificial intelligence.
EMRG is affiliated with the St Lucas School of Arts and has been involved in open source software for 15 years.
EMRG has been a partner for numerous workshops with Aalto University, KABK and Density Design to name a few.
Starting from september 2018 EMRG will also be the driving force behind a new graphic design department, Studio Data, at Sint Lucas. We encourage students with interest in the field of coding and computational graphics to sign up to receive registration information.
NodeBox Live is currently in private beta. Enter your email to get early access.