The retinal and facial recognition scanners used to track Tom Cruise in the 2002 futuristic thriller Minority Report were, at the time, a scary glimpse into a world in which privacy was just an illusion. Today, they're real—thanks to a new study from Carnegie Mellon University. Get ready for yet another reason you might not want your picture all over the internet.
Ninety percent. That's the amount of ocean life depletion since 1950 and a figure too dry to make most people pay attention. Presented visually, however, the statistic takes on new strength, and as a pie chart splattered in spray paint across an urban wall, the fact-as-street-art becomes unavoidable for any passerby.