The Viz Biz
Tuesday, 7 August
8:30 - 10:15 am
Session Chair: Joe Kniss, University of New Mexico
Light Threads - Illustrating Movement Dynamics in City ModelsA novel method for illustrating the movement dynamics in urban space. The generated illustrative maps turn humans cognition of dynamics from a reflective into an experiential mode.
Universität Potsdam/mental images, Berlin
marc.nienhaus.graphics (at) gmail.com
University of Victoria
Mapping, Illuminating, and Interacting With ScienceA world map and a science map that show 800,000 papers in 776 scientific paradigms can be interactively explored to understand the origin of scientific contributions and the impact of scientists.
Kevin W. Boyack
Sandia National Laboratories
SciTech Strategies, Inc.
W. Bradford Paley
Digital Image Design Incorporated
SLIS, Indiana University
katy (at) indiana.edu
The Regular Four-Dimensional 57-CellBesides the six regular four-dimensional "Platonic" polytopes, there exist two fascinating, highly symmetrical 4D objects with 11 and 57 non-orientable cells, respectively. This sketch summarizes an attempt to visualize these objects through stepwise construction.
Carlo H. Séquin
James F. Hamlin
University of California, Berkeley
sequin (at) cs.berkeley.edu
Multi-User Interaction on the DNA WorkbenchWith the DNA Workbench, participants use gesture-based input to engage and collaborate, forming a communal and kinesthetic learning experience for understanding DNA replication.
The Ohio State University
aprice (at) accad.osu.edu
From DNA to 3D Organic Art FormsA novel "biological" technique to define and evolve 3D art forms. The approach combines a re-implementation of the "FormGrow" system of Todd and Latham with an external source: DNA sequences.
Frederic Fol Leymarie
Goldsmiths, University of London
w.latham,miki (at) gold.ac.uk