Tag Archives: data visualization

IBM: THINK

Lincoln Center through October 23. Highly recommended!
IBM’s THINK exhibit shares a narrative about how we can improve the way we live and work. Data wall, film and interactive experience, featuring design from print through interactive.
Also, see 100 icons of progress.
Data Wall

Data Wall

Immersive film

Followed by an interactive experiece

Gil exploring @interactive experience

Illustrated visuals bridge film and interactive experience

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Pre MoMA – Talk to Me

Warning:
if you have homework due, do not click on the link below.
It’s addictive.
MoMA – Talk to Me

The purpose of design began to shift in the late 20th century from utility toward a more holistic combination of purpose and meaning.
Thus far, 21st-century culture is centered on interaction:
“I communicate, therefore I am” is the defining affirmation of contemporary existence, and objects and systems that were once charged only with formal elegance and functional soundness are now also expected to have personalities. Contemporary designers do not just provide function, form, and meaning, but also must draft the scripts that allow people and things to develop and improvise a dialogue.

Beautifying Information

summer#5

For those who share the passion for info graphics and data visualization: visual.ly



Personal Story Telling

Seniors will be handing in their personal narratives soon.

More great examples of diagramming ones self experience:

A Visual Memoir by Kelley McIntyre

12 in 12 by Craig Oldham

All the Things that Influenced Me by Quentin Delobel also responsible for the visualization.

Visual Complexity – Data Visualization

Recently I have been exploring the complexity and abstraction of mapping systems, and came across the following:

VisualComplexity.com intends to be a unified resource space for anyone interested in the visualization of complex networks. The project’s main goal is to leverage a critical understanding of different visualization methods, across a series of disciplines, as diverse as Biology, Social Networks or the World Wide Web. I truly hope this space can inspire, motivate and enlighten any person doing research on this field.