Between art, science and technology: data representation architecture

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Psychology
Creator Drews, Frank; Bermudez, Julio Cesar; Agutter, James A.; Foresti, Stefano A.; Westenskow, Dwayne R.; Syroid, Noah Daniel; Tashjian, Elizabeth
Title Between art, science and technology: data representation architecture
Date 2005
Description As our civilization continues to dive deeper into the information age, making sense of complex data becomes critical. This work takes on this challenge by means of a novel method based on complete interdisciplinarity, design process and built-in evaluations. The result is the design, construction, testing and deployment of data environments supporting real-time decision-making in such diverse domains as anesthesiology and live art performance. Fundraising success, technology licensing, market implementation and many live art performances provide evidence of the great potential of committed interdisciplinary work for advancing science, art and technology while benefiting society at large.
Type Text
Publisher MIT Press
Volume 38
First Page 4
Subject Data representation; Visualization design; Data environments
Subject LCSH Visual communication; Cognition
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Bermudez, J., Agutter, J., Foresti, S., Westenskow, D., Syroid, N., Drews, F. & Tashjian, E. (2005). Between art, science and technology: Data representation architecture. Leonardo, 38, 4.
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