The submission period is now over and voting begins in a couple of weeks time. There are many wonderful entries but I wanted to briefly share a couple of specific developments that have been brought to my attention by Visualising Data readers.
David Schönstein has developed a fascinating interactive visualization titled "Better World Flux" which presents of some of the most important indicators from the World Bank's open data. The visualisation dynamically presents a fluid, almost organic looking shape which depicts the changing peaks and divergent patterns over time for selected countries against the specific indicators.
Jan Willem Tulp and Joshua de Haseth have used Protovis to create an impressive tool titled 'Attention areas for the Millennium Development Goals' (MDG) which presents an interactive, single view interpretation of which countries require the most or least attention across the 43 MDG Indicators.
You can view the fantastic array of creativity, design and technical wizardry via the gallery of application submissions. Good luck to all entrants.