Nine Point Five is an interactive visualization of earthquakes over the past 30 years. It uses the newly developed WebGL technology to create an fluid and interactive in-browser experience, presenting the events over an interactive Earth.Dean McNamee is a designer and engineer who studied at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. He has created and developed numerous web experiments and data-vis projects, along with integrated installations such as the project on display at Alpha-ville. In the past he has worked with companies, artists and musicians such as Battles, UVA, The Times, Native Instruments, Lego and Google. He also worked on Edits installation with Tim Burrell-Saward, which is also featured in Alpha-ville’s 2011 Innovation Space.Marcin Ignac is a Technology and Interaction Designer at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. His work has been showcased at exhibitions and festivals such as Mediations Biennale (Poznan/PL), Vivisesja (Poznan/PL), Kultura 2.0 / Poziom 2.0 (Warsaw/PL), Nordic Exceptional Trendshop (Aarhus/DK) and published in contemporary generative book project Written Images, a project which also features as part of the 2011 Innovation Space programme.