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Soundwave Bracelet

  September 22 I converted a song (Memory by Com Truise) into a wearable bracelet. Interestingly, the sound waves hide the data they represent, keeping the song you’re wearing private in a pubic space.  

My Netflix History – Fall 2016

September 19 I decided to visualize my Netflix history, from last Fall semester, as a ‘forest’ of data. Each branch on the tree is one episode watched. Interestingly, I found a gap in the data. There must have been a… Continue Reading →

MacOS Dock Shapes

September 18 I traced the primary shape of each app icon in the dock of my Mac. These are the shapes I see every time I open my computer. I was able to sort the shapes into four groups. Rectangular,… Continue Reading →

Sleep Cycle Photoshop Effects

September 16, 2017 About one month of sleep data was collected (August 20 – September 16) with Sleep Cycle from the end of summer break to my first week of classes in grad school. I took a screenshot of each… Continue Reading →

iPhone Home Screen Colours

September 15   I took the colors of the apps on my iPhone’s home screen and simplified the icons into four primary colors each. These are the colours I see every day when I unlock my phone. What colours do… Continue Reading →

Pizza Toppings Preference

September 14 I visited Pizza Hut and asked them for a side of each topping they offer on their pizzas. After, I grouped them into three bins: Toppings I always like – Banana Peppers, Marinated Tomatoes, Roasted Garlic, Pineapple, Ham,… Continue Reading →

Who I Was With

September 12, 2017 A personal data visualization keeping track of the people who I considered to be ‘with’ throughout the day. My day began with attending CAMPFest with a friend. During the middle of the show, my friend had to… Continue Reading →

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