I left it a few days before writing up our final day in the project space, to let the dust settle (and the talcum powder – sort of an inside joke but one of the previous artists, Shelby Hanna, had recreated a dust storm with a lot of talcum powder and fans – really wish… Read more »
Posts Tagged: data visualisation
Today we finished the stop motion work and did a few more experiments with the contraption, which we weren’t really happy with but were useful in as far as they showed us what we preferred about the earlier ones; sometimes you have to take a wrong turn to realise you were already on the right… Read more »
Today we attacked the perspective problem by slowly rotating the visualisation as we advanced through it, it gave some interesting results but because of time constraints we didn’t get very far so we’re hoping to blitz it tomorrow.
Today we got stuck into a longer stop motion animation, finding an attractive looking loop in the original data set and drawing it out. Sharon looped through a couple of cycles of one part of the accelerometer log before moving to another interesting looking shape in the set, we’ll come back to this and finish… Read more »