London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Visualisation as Interface, Sensory
Augmentation and...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
1) Image as Interface: Memory augmentation / Pain
c...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Ancient Technology with Modern Pedagogy
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Hacking Reality
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
The units of construction
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
The label allowed the object to be seen
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Instead of having to learn it you can just see it
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
2) Context Engineering: 3D Movie ‘Hugo’
Cured Neuros...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
FlyVIZ headset - 360-degree super(vision)
Giving us...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Analogue and Digital Context Engineering
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Creating entirely new senses – Neil Harbisson can
he...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Artist Neil Harbisson is completely colour-blind
so ...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Oculus – Among the Sleep
Among the Sleep, where
pla...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
Mirror Neurons: Implications from Neuroscience
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
HYUNGKOO LEE – Objectuals
Re-imagining what
already ...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
“We shape our tools, and thereafter our
tools shape ...
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
3) Macroscopic Visualisation
• The macroscope effect...
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Visualisation as Interface, Sensory Augmentation and Macroscopic Learning - Carl Smith - Jisc Digital Festival 2014

  1. 1. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Visualisation as Interface, Sensory Augmentation and Macroscopic Learning. Carl Smith Director Senior Research Fellow Learning Technology Research Institute (LTRI) London Metropolitan University
  2. 2. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute 1) Image as Interface: Memory augmentation / Pain control / Exploring evolutions of form and form function relationships. 2) Can we use visualisation to enable ‘experience communication’ rather than traditional ‘information communication’. Context Engineering: Move away from augmented reality to sensory augmentation – allowing us to play with the materiality of the senses. 3) Macroscopic Visualisation.
  3. 3. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
  4. 4. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Ancient Technology with Modern Pedagogy
  5. 5. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Hacking Reality
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  7. 7. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute The units of construction
  8. 8. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute
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  11. 11. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute The label allowed the object to be seen
  12. 12. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Instead of having to learn it you can just see it
  13. 13. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute 2) Context Engineering: 3D Movie ‘Hugo’ Cured Neuroscientist’s Stereoblindness Bruce Mcnaughton had lived his entire life “stereoblind”, which meant he was unable to perceive depth correctly. This new effect stayed with him after he walked out of the theatre, because unlike most regular moviegoers, Bruce had been unable to perceive everyday objects with accurate depth.
  14. 14. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute FlyVIZ headset - 360-degree super(vision) Giving users the power to see all around them at once. What does this mean? 15 min for brain to adjust. No nausea. The FlyVIZ can only give you 360-degree vision: you must choose how to use it.
  15. 15. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Analogue and Digital Context Engineering
  16. 16. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Creating entirely new senses – Neil Harbisson can hear colour with a prosthetic device.
  17. 17. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Artist Neil Harbisson is completely colour-blind so he create a device to allow him to see colour. Simple device transforms light waves into sound waves using a webcam, computer and a pair of headphones with software that would translate any colour in front of me into a sound. £50 At the beginning he experienced strong headaches because of the constant input of sound, but after five weeks his brain adapted to it. “Changed the way I perceive art. Now I have created a completely new world - currently working on seeing ultraviolet, which is very important because it can damage our skin.”
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  19. 19. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Oculus – Among the Sleep Among the Sleep, where players experience the world through the eyes of a two-year-old child. Things seem bigger — you'll need to look up to see a doorknob, for instance — and all you can really do is stumble around like a toddler, walking or crawling away from danger.
  20. 20. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Mirror Neurons: Implications from Neuroscience
  21. 21. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute HYUNGKOO LEE – Objectuals Re-imagining what already exists and using perspective to shape reality instead of changing reality itself is something that intrigues me.
  22. 22. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute “We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape us” - Marshall McLuhan
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  25. 25. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute 3) Macroscopic Visualisation • The macroscope effectively provides the overview and the local point of view of the research object simultaneously. • Within one field of view, to be both in the world and to see yourself in it. The power of looking through, and occupying, your own field of vision. • Look across data sets and turn every object of study into a file in order to discover patterns and rapidly reframe understanding.
  26. 26. London Metropolitan University Learning Technology Research Institute Email: carl.smith@londonmet.ac.uk Facebook: facebook.com/behindthebeats Twitter: behindthebeats http://www.makototojiki.com/

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