CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

September 21, 2017

Domino’s Conquest

Music Meditation

CPSC Lab Retro Screensaver

Visualization Of PI

https://imgur.com/gallery/CWIar I always thought the digits of pi are completely random and doesn’t have any underlying pattern. But this image blew my mind by showing how organized the numbers really are.

Humanscale

An article on Wired has this fun gif of a Humanscale tool used for ergonomics. I love this way to change¬†the measurements via the circle page behind the main illustration. The illustration itself is fairly straightforward but seems a bit… Continue Reading →

Love the organic nature of this

sculpture of a performance

Playing with tools from stage direction to visualize groups of people and spatial arrangement.

Mobius Strip

(https://farm1.staticflickr.com/629/22479284193_d7f3d73e3c_o.jpg) The mobius strip is an example of a non-orientable surface, as it is composed of a single side when embedded in 3D space. In other words, it is impossible to know where it begins and where it ends, which… Continue Reading →

Chris Jordan – Over the Moon

Over the Moon, An American Self-portrait by Chris Jordan –¬†http://www.chrisjordan.com/gallery/rtn/#moon linked September 2017 We talked about this artist in class in regards to the plastic cups piece. I love the concept of creating visualization out of the objects you are… Continue Reading →

Piano Droplets

September 21 I decided to visualize the into of one of my favourite songs: Mirror Maru by Cashmere Cat. I looked at a piano cover created digitally, then drew a faint circle on top of each note played. Each frame… Continue Reading →

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