Wind Chill Factor is the perceived decrease in air temperature felt by the body on exposed skin due to the flow of air. Seems pretty straightforward, right? But did you know that North American and United Kingdom calculate it differently than Australia? Americans and Canadians disagree primary about whether the calculation should be based on whether or not the subject is naked, but otherwise agree on the calculations. But the Australian model takes into consideration the relative humidity. Those Aussies, showing up the Northern Hemisphere with their humidity.
The important thing for this presentation from Elara Systems is not the heated International conflict among the scientists and medical experts, but how an animation can more effectively communicate how it affects the body and how to prevent injury from severe cold. Consider your product or idea, and instead of a white paper with footnotes galore, you present your concepts visually. Capture the audience and tell the story. You’ll love the impact it will make.
Elara Systems. We’ve got chills (humidity not withstanding).