Readings Beh/Exp W6

Readings Week 6 Design for Behavior & Experience Patrick J. O’Donnel Verbeek, Peter-Paul. "COVER STORY Beyond interaction: a short introduction to mediation theory." interactions 22.3 (2015): 26-31. Takeaways There are three approaches (or philosophies) to considering the human-technology duality: technology as extension, technology as dialectic, technology as hybridization. Don Ihde categorizes human-technology relationships as embodiment, …

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Project:Thesis Readings 1

Embodiment in Data Sculpture: A Model of the Physical Visualization of Information Jack Zhao and Andrew Vande Moere (2006) "With human’s inherent proficiency in comprehending the physical affordances present in the real world, some researchers and designers are investigating how meaningful insights can be conveyed by way of sculpting data" (Zhao & Moere, 1). Data sculpture is (1) created …

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Data Stories: Data Sculpture

Data Stores Podcast: Episode 17 Data Sculpture 01/29/2013 A podcast on data visualization with Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner. Yvonne Jansen and Pierre Dragicevic A study created a 3D bar chart digitally and physically. Then they empirically measured the difference between readings in digital space and physical space. A control condition with the digital version allowed …

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State of the Art: Part 1

State of the Art: Prior Works Research Part 1 Thesis key words: Physical data visualization, data installation, data materiality, participatory data visualization (1) Glue Society - "BT - Longterm Investor" A series of (TV/digital media) spots using light sculpture to present estimates of investment data. BT Financial 'Superannuation' from The Glue Society on Vimeo. Materiality: …

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Rules for Animated Infographics

Thesis/Research Information Animated Infographics Editors T. Finke & S Manger (2012) "Well-made animated information graphics are based on clear decisions about what matters and what should be left out." - Stefan Fichtel (in Finke & Manger, 8) "By comparing different data sets and visualizations of the data and embedding them in a context, the view …

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