Historiae Naturalis is a visualization of the biological sciences of the 16th century and earlier. Specifically, it is based on the natural history writings and drawings of Pliny the Elder, Konrad Gesner, Edward Topsell, and others. Visually, it is similar to Crayoland, where the entire 3D environment is constructed of paper-thin 2D drawings.
- The Natural History of Pliny [77 AD]. translated by John Bostock and H. T. Riley. 1855.
- The Historie of Foure-Footed Beastes. Edward Topsell. 1607.
- The Historie of Serpents, or, The Second Booke of Living Creatures. Edward Topsell. 1608.
- A World of Wonders. D. Appleton and Company. 1881.
- Ars Electronica Festival '99 (Linz, Austria, 9 Sep 1999)
- Electronic Schoolhouse, SIGGRAPH '99 (Los Angeles, CA, 8-13 Aug 1999)
- Second Nature, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (Chicago, IL, 13 May 1999)
- permanent collection of Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria