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data visualization

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"we are data" Data Visualization . creative examples / experiments RGB + D Toolkit Depth Visualization . Radio Head - House of Cards, 2008 "The collection and juxtaposition of data as a means of aesthetic exploration can be understood as a form of meaning-generating process, where meanings emerge through the organization of discreet elements according to rules not unlike linguistic structures, opening the way for narrative, metaphoric, and associative expressions" "Our socio-cultural environment today is data driven. We collect, measure, conceptualize and evaluate numerically and statistically. We are demographic information, our body fluids and material are sampled, analyzed, our shopping and transit choices determine policies and structural reorganizations.
We are data." -“MAKING VISIBLE THE INVISIBLE”, SEATTLE LIBRARY DATA FLOW VISUALIZATION \\ VAULT // by Marta Di Francesco Twisted Vision by BELIEVE and BULLS
data-based
interactive
collaborative
open source “Code is a canvas, just like cinema or television. You can tell stories through it just like any visual medium” – Chris Milk data visualization presents a visual network that contextualizes the relationships between
images, occurrences, and words. The Visible Archive Series Browser Mitchell Whitelaw, Arts and Design, University of Canberra. Exquisite Forest
Chris Milk & Aaron Kolbin
http://www.exquisiteforest.com/ Crowd-sourced Images : Collaborative Networks Collaborative constructions : Weaving of a collective thought space ; living and dreaming a series of rich stories together. http://www.thesheepmarket.com/ THE SHEEP MARKET Aaron Kolbin data-driven stories Aaron Kolbin - Flight Patterns Quividi Facetracking Technology-based facial recognition used for targeting by various market Network - Based Listening Post Real-Time Data Responsive Environment 2001 Mark Hansen and Ben Rubin Parse
Filter
Mine
Represent
Refine
Interact Ben Fry : Visualizing Data:
organize
simplify
cause and effect
compare
contrast
multiply views Information Visualization >> Textbook Standard: connections relationships relationships between the connections Creation of a new aesthetic PROVIDES CONTEXT : enlarges scale of connections We Feel Fine http://www.wefeelfine.org/ data collection engine - scours Internet Blogs every 10 minutes for occurrences of the phrases"I feel" & "I am feeling". The future of the image, images without borders The Globally-Collaborative Image CommonsExplorer - database for history of images through time ----------------- sample huge collections of images in Flickr Commons Geometric informatics system (structured light)
2 Lidar scanners (light detection and ranging) Technology itself is based in an open source network
Anyone can have entry into the database and software
Creative products depend on creative capacity and individual //

// Collaboration and team effort valued over the individual Images function as a data in a database – accessible by anyone, edited by anyone, fed back into the network. Infinite loop.
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