I have overheard several people complaining about how the ilab logo’s outline just doesn’t line up between the a and b. I think this is because it is so close to lining up and doesn’t
When I was at the fabric store buying things for my project I found this rainbow thread and I got very excited. I can’t wait to use this for embroidery! I think it will for some pretty interesting embroidery visuals.
https://franciscouzo.github.io/sort/ This interactive tool lets you select a sorting algorithm and sort the color spectrum. It is an interesting tool but I am not sure that if I didn’t understand the algorithm this would help.
The color of Stary Night has been spread over a 3d scatter plot. This is a cool way of visualizing an images pixels. I hadn’t ever thought about reorganizing color in a photo. https://imgur.com/a/aRBd1,Linked November 2017
https://me.nektro.net/projects/circular_multiplication/#10×8 Visualizing mathematical concepts. This website allows you to play around with the variables of modular arithmetic to help understand how the numbers connect.
I really like the look and feel of this picture as design inspiration for my term project https://www.pinterest.co.uk/explore/bed-canopy-lights/?lp=true
https://www.pinterest.ca/explore/star-quilts/?lp=true Creating blankets with a white background and white thread is nothing new. Here is an example from the quilting world
FingerGlass: Efficient Multiscale Interaction on Multitouch Screens Dominik Käser, Maneesh Agrawala, Mark Pauly ACM Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2011. pp. 1601-1610. Realized that to have all of the text messages on a single blanket, the text would have to be… Continue Reading →
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/72-16-9-Back-Rear-Projection-Screen-for-Office-Home-Projectors-Beam-Film-Portable-Foldable-High/32638443363.html Back rear projection screen example. I was worried about people walking in front of the projection screen. Wes suggested using a thin piece of cloth and backlighting the blanket.
Shimin Wang, Yuzuru Tanahashi, Nick Leaf, and Kwan-Liu Ma. 2015. Design and Effects of Personal Visualizations. In IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 35, 4, Pp. 82-93. DOI=10.1109/MCG.2015.74 This paper makes some really interesting points and highlights key differences in visualizations… Continue Reading →
http://www.datapointed.net/visualizations/color/men-women-color-names-d3/ His and Hers Colors: Men, Women, And Two Thousand Color Names By Stephen Von Worley, September 1, 2010 The colors in this visualization represent themselves, the size of each dot the number of people who named said color, and… Continue Reading →
http://playground.tensorflow.org My friend showed me this website and we spent a fair amount of time playing with the different node configurations to see how it affected the neural networks ability to learn. This is an awesome use of interaction to facilitate… Continue Reading →
Simon Stusak, Aurélien Tabard, Franziska Sauka, Rohit Ashok Khot, and Anreas Butz. 2014. Activity Sculptures: Exploring the Impact of Physical Visualizations on Running Activity. In IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 20, 12. Pp. 2201-2210. I read this paper… Continue Reading →
Stacked graph with text to embroidered blanket?
scattered star graph to stacked star candle holder
@Copper suggested this during the speed dating class. Each sentence maps to a unique line segment and the line segments move in a direction base on the emotional analysis. This could be done with augmented reality or wire/plastic.
Topic Swirl in a block of plastic vs Topic grouping blobs
I took my original sketches are started thinking about turning them into physical representations. 3D scatter plot to scatter post?
developed by Microsoft Research and Carnegie Mellon University http://www.kurzweilai.net/wearable-projection-system-turns-any-surface-into-a-multitouch-interface. This way of interacting is incredible! If this was available it would be awesome to use as an interaction with my blanket
by Theodore Gray http://home.theodoregray.com/quilt-products/pi-quilt A quilt displaying a large number of the digits of pi. A great example of white thread on white fabric.
by Maryam Ashkanian https://www.instagram.com/maryamashkanianstudio/ I think this represents art as it approaches visualization. Ashkanian has captured instances of people sleeping through the creation of embroidered portraits.
by Victoria Villasana Adding embroidery to existing art pieces to create something unique a beautiful. I like this idea of adding embroidery on top of images/ unconventional material
http://www.thisiscolossal.com/tags/embroidery/ The different types of material used in this embroidery provide an extra layer of depth and which is used to create a stunningly beautiful piece. There are several more examples of Liam’s work on the website that are truly beautiful.
Ahmad Ragab. Text Connection Visualization. YouTube. May 13, 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZMvQ5BD-r0,Linked November 2017 This is a visualization tool created to compare words in different texts. The position of the word is its average location in the text and the green lines… Continue Reading →
Jonathan Stray. Wikileaks Iraq: how to visualise the text. www.guardian.com. https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2010/dec/16/wikileaks-iraq-visualisation “At the rate of one document per minute, it would take 272 days non-stop to read every report — and you still might miss the big picture. This is… Continue Reading →
https://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2008/09/30/seeing-red-smartmoneycoms-map-of-the-market/ ,Linked October 2017 Smartmoney’s Map of the Market This reminds me of the windowing concept we covered in class. I don’t particularly like this visualization. It is slightly abstract and very confusing for something I would like precise information about.
Keyboard Frequency Sculpture by Micheal Knuepfe. 2010. http://dataphys.org/list/keyboard-frequency-sculpture/. Linked October 2017 I quite like this use of the original object in the physicalization. It reminds me of the way Chris Jordan uses the objects he is representing in the representation.
1947 – Dorothy Hodgkin’s Electron Density Contours http://dataphys.org/list/electron-density-contours/ , Linked October 2017 This physicalization shows the structure of penicillin. I love how beautiful this is. It looks like something I might be able to accomplish with maker vis. I could… Continue Reading →
https://www.shapeways.com/product/E43HBKYSV/4-parameter-malaria-ring-size-7?optionId=60168068&li=marketplace , Linked October 2017 Malaria Ring – David Schneider “This ring tracks the progress of a malaria infection in a mouse from health through sickness and back to health. The four parameters plotted are Parasite load, Granulocytes, Red Blood… 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 →
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 →
UPDATE: Talking to Your Ex: One year of text messages, emails, and gchat post-breakup By: Lam Thuy Vo http://vis4me.com/portfolio/quantified-breakup/, Linked October 2017 I think this visualization is very plain and straightforward. There are many interesting expects that could have been added… Continue Reading →
Applying Sentiment Analysis to the Bible by openbibleinfo, initial post was made on Monday, October 10th, 2011 https://www.openbible.info/blog/2011/10/ , Linked October 2017 This visualization shows a similar dataset as the one I have chosen for my final project. (With… Continue Reading →
Fibonacci Sequins – Designed by Nina Paley using Theodore Gray’s Mathematica Fibonacci Spiral tool. Hand-beaded, sequined and bound by Nina. PaleGray labs was a tremendous inspiration when completing my undergrad research. Last week in class someone mentioned that Transmog could be used to display mathematical concepts…. Continue Reading →
The Depth of the Problem – Richard Johnson and Ben Chartoff – The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/apps/g/page/world/the-depth-of-the-problem/931/ , Linked September 2017 Sometimes numbers are too big and it helps to benchmark them against more tangible objects such that the scale isn’t lost… Continue Reading →
“NETWORK OF 340 FRIENDS WITH CLEAR COMMUNITY CLUSTERS AND SEVERAL SIGNIFICANT FRIENDS IDENTIFIED BY BETWEENNESS CENTRALITY WEIGHTING OF NODE SIZE” https://kimoquaintance.com/2011/08/22/what-can-we-learn-about-somalis-from-their-facebook-networks/ , Linked September 2017 What can we learn about Somalis from their Facebook networks? by KIMO QUAINTANCE published 22/08/2011… Continue Reading →
A Multidimensional Approach to Characterizing and Visualizing Latent Relationships in Enterprise Social Networks by Michael J. Burns and Brian D. Friedman I would categorize this as a bad visualization. It is visually unappealing(feels very 1990s) and there are several visual variables being wasted… Continue Reading →
Track National Unemployment, Job Gains and Job Losses, By Andrew Van Dam and Renee Lightner. http://graphics.wsj.com/job-market-tracker/ ,Linked 2017 September I like the way this visualization marks the recision. It helps explain the data trends by marking events that happened in the… Continue Reading →
The Ebb and Flow of Movies: Box Office Receipts 1986 – 2008 Published by The New York Time, and created by Baseline StudioSystems; BoxOffice Mojo, Mathew Bloch, Ledd Byron, Shan Carter, and Amanda Cox. February 23, 2008 http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2008/02/23/movies/20080223_REVENUE_GRAPHIC.html , Linked 2017… Continue Reading →
Visualization of themes of novels nominated for the Man Booker Prize (by Johanna Kamradt and Christian Tate) http://www.litcharts.com/blog/how-we-created-data-visualizations-of-200-books/ , Linked September 2017 I like this visualization, I find the use of color well done and the fanning out of plot lines into… Continue Reading →
Conversation Clock: Visualizing audio patterns in co-located groups, Tony Bergstrom, Karrie Karahalios (IEEE 2007) As I was looking for existing visualizations of conversations I found this. This is a visualization of audio data meant to provide live feedback of verbal communications. Perhaps I… Continue Reading →
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 →
Ph.D. Kirell Benzi http://www.kirellbenzi.com/wp-content/uploads/pokemon-viz/pokemon.html, linked September 2017 A visualization of the youtube videos that mentioned “Pokemon” after the release of the new Pokemon Go game. This image represents almost 50 000 videos, where links show video connected by playlists, color/shade is… Continue Reading →
I like this visualization, as it compares and contrasts a single persons coffee consumption with their countries. In addition, I find it interesting that it presents facts the creator has deemed relative alongside the personal visualization (such as average cost)
This is part of a personal interactive visualization Garmin creates with run data. The time, pace, GPS coordinates, elevation, pace, heart rate, stride length, run cadence, vertical ratio, ground contact time, and temperature are all automatically used to create visualization… Continue Reading →
[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 →
Though I am fairly new to the world of information visualization, this is my favourite visualization. Charles Minard skillfully encodes 6 types of information in this seemly simple illustration. (# of Napoleon’s troops, distance, temperature, latitude and longitude, direction, and… Continue Reading →