The VizBox Experiments

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 | Data visualization, General

This is the result of a project I have been working on for the past months. The video demonstrates the setup and use of the VizBox (previously known as TopoBox) – a physical platform for interactive data visualization on three-dimensional surfaces.

The project has been highly explorative, geared towards testing and demonstrating new potentials rather than producing a finished product ready for use. Hopefully, this can serve as a starting point for new discussions, projects and experiments.

I do not currently have any specific plans for developing the VizBox further. However, I would be happy to discuss ideas and possibilities for collaboration. What would YOU do if you had a box like this?

 

Credits

Special thanks to colleagues and students in the Media Arts + Practice program within the School of Cinematic Arts – especially Virginia Kuhn, Andreas Kratky and Behnaz Farahi.

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1 Comment to The VizBox Experiments

Hossat
May 3, 2014

Amazing and great work!

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I am a Norwegian interaction designer and design researcher, currently working in Oslo. This blog reports on topics related to my design research on interface design, navimation, and data visualization. About me.

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