Quite an interesting idea to convert a page into bubbles based on the frequency of the word used. One can easily get an idea about the content of a page.
(http://innovatethinking.com/2011/12/creative-ads-91/) It’s always cool to see an advertisement with a double entendre – it definitely helps to guide the viewer to infer the actual message of the ad.
(https://deterritorialinvestigations.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/ekphrasis_network_grouped_topic4.jpg) This relationship map is beyond extreme. I honestly gave up on reading it about 5 seconds in. Too much information is clustered in a small amount of space.
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CZr6VMXXEAA2K0Z.jpg) This graph just made me laugh. Its always annoying when you’re trying to interpret a badly made graph of a confusing data set, which was perfectly represented here. The colors are dizzying and the axis values are beyond vague…. Continue Reading →
(Fig 1 – Healey, Christopher G. “Perception in Vizualization.” Perception in Visualization, -, 0ADAD, www.csc2.ncsu.edu/faculty/healey/PP/. ) Preattemptive processing occurs when the viewer’s attention is directed almost automatically to a specific deviation in a data set. Notice how your eyes are rapidly… Continue Reading →
My frequently used emojis as a visualization of the emotions I express over text message. I wonder how this will change as the stress of the school year inevitably grows.
[Swaminathan et al. 2014] This illustrates the construction process Doug McCune went through to create a 3D heat map which shows the quality of elementary schools in San Franciso. This was a case study presented in the “Creating Physical Visualization with MakerVis”… Continue Reading →