(http://www.lolking.net/summoner/na/29562954/Dimsum1080#/profile) I’m a pretty obsessive gamer – the more stressed out I am, the more I game to try and alleviate that stress. This graph shows my progress in League of Legends from February until now. That huge spike at… Continue Reading →
(https://www.facebook.com/gamersboard/videos/1742871752413182/) The picture is actually completely meaningless without watching the video, so please do watch the video 😀 but this is a visualization of music by using drawings of the bike travelling over various lines. I think this is probably… Continue Reading →
source: https://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2017/10/daily-chart-9 This is a very simple visualization. However, I like that they have used the date of birth rather than the age for this visualization. It clearly shows the wide range of data distribution.
source : https://architizer.com/blog/most-photographed-locations/ This map has similar distribution to the other characteristics such as population density or income.Specially location is a tourist destination, it is more likely to photograph and share online.
source: http://www.sugarstacks.com/beverages.htm?utm_source=DesignTAXI&utm_medium=DesignTAXI&utm_term=DesignTAXI&utm_content=DesignTAXI&utm_campaign=DesignTAXI I think most of the food does not show the what it contain. Even though there is a text description on contains, most of the people ignore that or does not read it. I think this type of visualization… Continue Reading →
source: https://www.citylab.com/equity/2015/07/mapping-the-us-by-property-value-instead-of-land-area/397841/ This map uses the property value to resize the areas. It shows that areas close to the sea is larger compared to the areas middle of the country. However, I find it is difficult to identify the areas by… Continue Reading →
source: https://medium.com/@sohanmurthy/visualizing-americas-health-care-deserts-675f4502c4e1 source: http://flowingdata.com/2013/08/27/in-search-of-food-deserts I like these maps draw attention to where the problem is severe. However, the first map does not provide enough information (in text) to understand the graph. If the visualization is not self explained, it is important to… Continue Reading →
This photo quality is horrible, but I took it on a drive home a couple weeks ago. I thought the sunset looked was absolutely beautiful, and made a really nice colour scheme with the sky.
(http://snip.ly/pJsZ#http://www.puffpuffproject.com/languages.html) The above is an example of an interactive map made by DensityDesign which serves to introduce non-linguists to all 2,678 languages spoken in the world. The visual also allows you to explore language families, where they are most… Continue Reading →
still thinking about motion and traces of events, and got thinking about the particle accelerator at CERN. They use detectors and visualizations to make subatomic particles and their tracks visible to the naked eye. Snapshots of incredibly small and incredibly… Continue Reading →
UCLA’s youtube channel, video title: UCLA’s Augmented Reality Sandbox, posted July 22 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CE1B7tdGCw0 , Linked October 2017 This interactive physicalization is so amazing! You can move the sand around and it will project a topographical layout on top. It will simulate… Continue Reading →
(http://www.avr-tutorials.com/sites/default/files/PUSH2.jpg) Memory addresses are usually represented spatially even though they aren’t as organized within a computer as the visual would lead you to believe. These representations are used to help viewers understand memory placement in a more intuitive manner.
Nokia partnered up with Fyodor Golan to create this smartphone skirt. It uses 70 screens “which appear to be moving because of the installed software, which is built to mimic its surroundings.” It is a literal metaphor for fashion technology, and… Continue Reading →
Here is a slide from my presentation that shows the data sketches that I have been working on to develop the idea for my project. I have focused on various parts of the data and various types of graphs.
Holomaps is an augmented reality app that lets you view geospatial data through AR glasses ie. the HoloLens. In my opinion, it is a really cool tool to interact with spatial data. “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gpuYzWVP9w”
I went grocery shopping and noticed the supply and demand of lemons versus limes in a very visual way. Lemons are 2x more available than limes.
Oct 15 An impactful data visualization + news article discussing how far North Korea’s missiles could actually reach.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DLEapQTV4AED0OY.jpg:large The image shows all the bridges in London. I liked the idea that side view of each bridges are also displayed along with their geographical locations.
When Lora guest-taught infovis, she talked about the drawers full of birds at natural history museums being a physical visualization – location, morphology, etc. This NYTimes article describes taking the birds out of storage, and using the gunk that’s built… Continue Reading →
October 14 The other day in class we were challenged to brainstorm ideas for a data dinner. I came across a website, created by researchers, that has done exactly that! http://data-cuisine.net
source: https://visual.ly/community/infographic/geography/life-expectancy-birth When I first look at the visualization, I was not sure why designer has to used cures for each country rather than straight bars. It is easy to read the distance if it is linear. However, most of the… Continue Reading →
https://i.pinimg.com/564x/58/96/38/58963893b3d9e15b1b90ae684b964f31.jpg The PBS miniseries America has revealed this data map visualising internet access in America. Sparkling gold colour on top of a light background colour really makes this visualisation a treat for the eye. Also shows that more dense access… Continue Reading →
source: https://www.wired.com/2015/04/see-diseases-spread-mesmerizing-graphics/ This map shows the global distribution of H1N1 from its origin (Hanoi). The visual does not use any map but this design helpful to identify the flow.
source: https://visual.ly/community/infographic/food/different-types-wine I like the color combination for different types of wine. The space has been used nicely. Using a large wine image attracts the attention.
Looking for information on how text has been incorporated into AR environments in general. Most of what I’ve found has been information overlay onto the user’s surroundings. This is probably not useful in my project, but interesting nonetheless! Source: realvision.ae
source: https://www.behance.net/gallery/6659287/Agricultural-infographics-Tutorial I like that this pie chart has pictures to identify the categories. The 3D view is helpful to place the image on the visualization.
source: http://flowingdata.com/2010/06/07/san-francisco-crime-mapped-as-elevation/ The crime map used the satellite image to identify the areas. I like this visualization as location and the level of the crime can be easily identified.
This is more of what I think a word tree should be. I’d like to do something a little more visually interesting for my project though… (looks like Dr Seuss!)
source: https://world.twingly.com/ I like this visualization provide interactive real time data visualization. Mostly blogging is dominated in north american, Europe and Japan.
I. Yarbrough, Q. Sun, D.C. Reeves, K. Hackman, R. Bennett, D.S. Henshel, Visualizing building energy demand for building peak energy analysis, In Energy and Buildings, Volume 91, 2015, Pages 10-15, ISSN 0378-7788, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enbuild.2014.11.052. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378778814010081) Keywords: Energy visualization; Building energy demand;… Continue Reading →
October 11, 2017 “From a 2014 article on Business Insider http://www.businessinsider.com/how-retailers-track-shoppers-in-heat-maps-2014-1 A company called Prism Skylabs (ominous!) (and their website doesn’t load now…) uses cameras (and computer vision?) to track where people walk, linger, and interact in a store. The pitch… Continue Reading →
October 6, 2017 Three dimension line rendering – how cool would it be to visualize the many aspects of the brain using a similar technology. Modify perspective, fly through the brain, see the overall wiring and or most active areas.
October 5, 2017 Hans Rosling, interacting with one of his interactive data visualizations that details the economics of countries over time.
October 4, 2017 I don’t have much of a comment with respect to these visualizations, I just like the overall aesthetics of the pastel colours used. They remind me of trees or mushrooms in some way or another.
October 3, 2017 The natural beauty of wild birds, I’ve always enjoyed the look of feathers from various species of birds. I see a lot of potential when it comes to feathers with respect to data visualization.
October 1, 2017 While I don’t necessarily feel the middle portion of this visualization is easily traceable, I like the overall aesthetics of the image.
(http://www.caida.org/tools/visualization/walrus/gallery1/lhr-t3.png) We Feel Fine is a very interesting visualization that that depicts the general feelings that appear in the blogosphere at any given day. The visualization allows for six different type of analysis: Madness, Murmurs, Montage, Mobs, Metrics, and Mounds.
(https://pagansofnebraska.weebly.com/greek-pantheon.html) Greek mythology always involved a large number of gods, each with their own complex familial and interpersonal relationship to other deities. I used to be obsessed with mythology when I was a child and even then I’d sometimes have… Continue Reading →
(https://flowingdata.com/2017/02/28/apple-vs-google-company-structure-as-seen-through-patents/) It is well known that developments in tech is made by an innate competitiveness between tech conglomerates. Over the last 10 years apple has created about 11,000 patents and Google has produced about 12,400 with a slightly larger team…. Continue Reading →
This is the current iteration of my visualization project. Given a memory access trace, grid cells would flash as the corresponding memory address was accessed. Users would be able to filter from specific memory mappings to narrow their search.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DLqO6nVVwAAOsaZ.jpg:large This is visualisation of all submarine cables connected to Australia, New Zealand and all the other countries in Oceania. It looks like more cables are needed for islands residing in isolated areas.
A friend told me about these when I was working in my information visualization design job. These “dazzle ships” were used in war time to confuse the opponent as to where the warship was facing or even how many warships… Continue Reading →
Thinking more about non-linear visualizations of my data, something like this might work… From http://enterpriseiotsolution.com/smart-building/
In an amazing moment when I was struggling for inspiration, life handed me this amazing example. Object:Photo is a project done by MoMA to visualize the Thomas Walther Collection of photographs. This example that shows connections between photographers beautifully encapsulates what… Continue Reading →
Don’t want to use D3? Try Google Charts! A simple way to add a range of different standard data visualizations to your site.
https://mastersofmedia.hum.uva.nl/blog/2013/05/31/visualizing-individual-measures-of-emotion/ As part of my research work I was going through several emotional model and I found this rose like representation of human emotions. Although I don’t quite understand why a this particular representation make any sense rather than just… Continue Reading →
Emotional Tactile Map by Kate McLean http://sensorymaps.com/portfolio/emotional-tactile-map/ , Linked October 2017 It is probably frowned upon to take so many pictures from a single blog but I felt these were all so relevant to my data. Regardless I promise this will… Continue Reading →
From a 2014 article on Business Insider http://www.businessinsider.com/how-retailers-track-shoppers-in-heat-maps-2014-1 A company called Prism Skylabs (ominous!) (and their website doesn’t load now…) uses cameras (and computer vision?) to track where people walk, linger, and interact in a store. The pitch is that… Continue Reading →
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egyptian_hieroglyphs#/media/File:Hieroglyphs_from_the_tomb_of_Seti_I.jpg) Egyptians had developed their own method of visual communication by using pictographs to represent words. Their written system was composed of a combination of logographic, syllabic, and alphabetic elements and was composed of over one thousand distinct characters. I… Continue Reading →