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Visualization
– what’s my brain got to do with it?
Agile Eastern Europe, 2013

Mattias Skarin
Kanban / Lean coach
www.cris...
I Dare you – Do you trust your brain?

2013-10-04

Mattias Skarin

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Can you spot the trick?

2013-10-04

Mattias Skarin

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Let’s try something more obvious

Simons and Levin - 1998
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Mattias Skarin

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How we process visual information

Visual Cortex
Ventral stream
Dorsal stream
Limbic system (old)

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Mattias Ska...
Bandwidth

Mental model

Eye

10 million bit/s

Filter/Routing

Process

20 frames/s

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Mattias Skarin

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Test nr #2

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Mattias Skarin

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The flicker paradigm

80 ms

240 ms

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Mattias Skarin

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Let’s try it again..

Mattias Skarin

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Can you spot the difference –
Let’s try at a slower pace..

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Mattias Skarin

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wikipedia/spot_the_difference
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upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f9/Globe_an
d_high_court_%28Spot_the_difference%29.jpg
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Mattias Skarin...
What did you spot?

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Mattias Skarin

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Are you something else of each word
Let’s try ready?
Read out the true color
Red

Blue White

Yellow Blue Green Black
Blue...
How well did you do?
Red

Blue

White

Yellow Blue Green Black

Blue Orange Red Purple
Brown Yellow Green

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Mat...
Stress effect on visual recognition
Continuous Visual Memory Test (CVMT)

84
82

82,07

80
78
76

79,03
76,21

74

Normal
...
Three things makes us miss changes in
our surrounding
Change blindness – we only notice what we think is important
Flicker...
Can you spot the animal?

http://blog.quickmeme.com/post/1084161829/the-true-masters-of-disguise

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Let’s try again

http://blog.quickmeme.com/post/1084161829/the-true-masters-of-disguise

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Mattias Skarin

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How’s your reading?
“Our bran pikcs and chooses accodring to
what it thikns is imoprtant. If you chnge
something it doesn’...
Bottom line

Visualization ≠ Reaction

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Mattias Skarin

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What does this imply?

Visual representation

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Mattias Skarin

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Five lenses on visual work
New

In Dev
[3]
In progr.

Done

User Test
[3]
In progr.

Done

Deploy
[5]
In prog

Done

Done
...
Elements of good visualization

• Use images
• Make it interactive
• Make it Persistent

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Mattias Skarin

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VISUALIZATION CHANGING
OUR WORLD
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Crowdflow

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US national debt clock

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Mattias Skarin

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Visualizing design progress

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Mattias Skarin

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Source: http://makerplane.org
And sub componenent progress..

Mattias Skarin

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Source: http://makerplane.org
http://vitaminsdesign.com/projects/lego-calendar/
#legocalendar

Mattias Skarin

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ROUNDING UP
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.. can you trust your brain?

Mattias Skarin

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Thank you
Concepts?
What the heck
are Concepts?

blog.crisp.se/mattiasskarin

2013-10-04

Mattias Skarin

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References
On eye processing capacity:
Current Biology (July 2006) by Judith McLean and Michael A. Freed,
University of Pe...
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  1. 1. Visualization – what’s my brain got to do with it? Agile Eastern Europe, 2013 Mattias Skarin Kanban / Lean coach www.crisp.se http://blog.crisp.se/mattiasskarin mattias.skarin@crisp.se Copyright notice: Feel free to use these slides & pictures as you wish, but please leave our name and the Crisp logo somewhere on the slide Mattias Skarin
  2. 2. I Dare you – Do you trust your brain? 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 2
  3. 3. Can you spot the trick? 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 3
  4. 4. Let’s try something more obvious Simons and Levin - 1998 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 4
  5. 5. How we process visual information Visual Cortex Ventral stream Dorsal stream Limbic system (old) 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 6
  6. 6. Bandwidth Mental model Eye 10 million bit/s Filter/Routing Process 20 frames/s 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 7
  7. 7. Test nr #2 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 8
  8. 8. The flicker paradigm 80 ms 240 ms 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 9
  9. 9. Let’s try it again.. Mattias Skarin 10
  10. 10. Can you spot the difference – Let’s try at a slower pace.. 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 11
  11. 11. wikipedia/spot_the_difference 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 12
  12. 12. upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f9/Globe_an d_high_court_%28Spot_the_difference%29.jpg 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 13
  13. 13. What did you spot? 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 14
  14. 14. Are you something else of each word Let’s try ready? Read out the true color Red Blue White Yellow Blue Green Black Blue Orange Red Purple Brown Yellow Green 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 15
  15. 15. How well did you do? Red Blue White Yellow Blue Green Black Blue Orange Red Purple Brown Yellow Green 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 16
  16. 16. Stress effect on visual recognition Continuous Visual Memory Test (CVMT) 84 82 82,07 80 78 76 79,03 76,21 74 Normal 73,36 Stressed 72 70 68 30-49 years 50- years 2013-10-04 Henric VI 17
  17. 17. Three things makes us miss changes in our surrounding Change blindness – we only notice what we think is important Flicker paradigm – lack sufficient storage space to remember both space and time on a detailed level Stress - filter out 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 18
  18. 18. Can you spot the animal? http://blog.quickmeme.com/post/1084161829/the-true-masters-of-disguise 19
  19. 19. Let’s try again http://blog.quickmeme.com/post/1084161829/the-true-masters-of-disguise 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 20
  20. 20. How’s your reading? “Our bran pikcs and chooses accodring to what it thikns is imoprtant. If you chnge something it doesn’t thikn is importnt - it littreately doesn’t see it” 2013-10-04 Billy the ball 21
  21. 21. Bottom line Visualization ≠ Reaction 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 22
  22. 22. What does this imply? Visual representation 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 23
  23. 23. Five lenses on visual work New In Dev [3] In progr. Done User Test [3] In progr. Done Deploy [5] In prog Done Done ”My Work” ”Our work” ”How system works” ”Value or failure demand” ”Are we delivering value downstream?” Mattias Skarin 24
  24. 24. Elements of good visualization • Use images • Make it interactive • Make it Persistent 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 25
  25. 25. VISUALIZATION CHANGING OUR WORLD 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 26
  26. 26. Crowdflow 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 27
  27. 27. US national debt clock 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 28
  28. 28. Visualizing design progress 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 30 Source: http://makerplane.org
  29. 29. And sub componenent progress.. Mattias Skarin 31 Source: http://makerplane.org
  30. 30. http://vitaminsdesign.com/projects/lego-calendar/ #legocalendar Mattias Skarin 32
  31. 31. ROUNDING UP 34
  32. 32. .. can you trust your brain? Mattias Skarin 36
  33. 33. Thank you Concepts? What the heck are Concepts? blog.crisp.se/mattiasskarin 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 37
  34. 34. References On eye processing capacity: Current Biology (July 2006) by Judith McLean and Michael A. Freed, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and Ronen Segev and Michael J. Berry III, Princeton ”När hjärnans sambandscentral slutar fungera”, Johanna Roth, Umeå Universitet 2005 http://www.quranten.com/images/user/Dokument/hjarnans_sambandscentral.pdf ”Discontinuity in the enumeration of sequentially presented auditory and visual stimuli” Valérie Camosa, Barbara Tillmannb Cognition, Volume 107, Issue 3, June 2008, Pages 1135–1143 N. Cowanm 2001 ”The magical number 4 in short-term memory: A reconsideration of mental storage capacity” Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24 (2001), pp. 87–185 Ted Talk 3 ways the brain creates meaning http://www.ted.com/talks/tom_wujec_on_3_ways_the_brain_creates_meaning.html Hendersen Visual Congition Lab 2013-10-04 Mattias Skarin 38
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