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MW2011: S. Kenderdine, Cultural Data Sculpting

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This paper presents a three research projects currently underway to develop new omni-spatial visualization strategies for the collaborative interrogation of large-scale heterogeneous cultural datasets …

This paper presents a three research projects currently underway to develop new omni-spatial visualization strategies for the collaborative interrogation of large-scale heterogeneous cultural datasets using the worlds’ first 360-degree stereoscopic visualization environment (Advanced Visualization and Interaction Environment - AVIE). The AVIE system enables visualization modalities through full body immersion, stereoscopy, spatialized sound and camera-based tracking. The research integrates ground-breaking work by a renowned group of international investigators in virtual environment design, immersive interactivity, data visualization, museology, cultural analytics and computational linguistics. The work is being implemented at the newly established world-leading research facility, City University’s Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment – ALIVE).

A paper from Museums and the Web 2011.

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  • 1. C U L T U R A L D A T AS C U L P T I N G
  • 2. DATA SCULPTURE MUSEUMS
  • 3. DATA SCULPTURE MUSEUMSALIVE ANALYTICS
  • 4. DATA SCULPTURE MUSEUMSALIVE ANALYTICSCO-EVOLUTIONARY NARRATIVES
  • 5. DATA SCULPTURE MUSEUMSALIVE ANALYTICSCO-EVOLUTIONARY NARRATIVESCULTURAL ATLASES
  • 6. THE LUXURY OF U N L I M I T E D S C R E E NR E A L - E S T A T E
  • 7. D ATA S C U L P T U R E M U S E U M S
  • 8. 3D NAVIGATION ZONE 3Interface design for image-based data browsing Zone 1, 2 and 3, perspective view
  • 9. 3D NAVIGATION MULTI USERInterface design for image-based data browsing Several user can share the same space while interacting with the system. The number of user is only restricted by the size of the individual workspaces. Additional features allow the users to exchange images and collaborate. Top view
  • 10. The narrative reformulation of multiple forms of databases using a recombinatory model of cinematic interactivity• Applied Laboratory of Interactive Visualization and Embodiment, CityU• UNSW iCinema Research Centre• Museum Victoria (mass heterogeneous collections data)• ZKM Karlsruhe (world’s largest media art database)
  • 11. A L i V E A N A L Y T I C SOmni-Spatial Visualization Technologies for Analysis of Multilingual Corpora • Applied Laboratory of Interactive Visualization and Embodiment, CityU • Dept of Chinese Translation and Linguistics, CityU • Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI) • University of California, Berkeley, USA
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  • 14. BLUE DOTS AVIE
  • 15. BUDDHIST CANON NAVIGATION DEVICEImmersive text exploring The user interaction should be as directly as possible. Thus, the navigation device al- lows direct on-screen interaction. The HID in the form of a stylus, provides two differ- ent ways of interaction. 1. Projection wall interaction (long distance) If the HID is used for interacting with the projection wall, it becomes a kind of (virtual) laser pointer. A beam enables interactions in a wide radius and distance, which makes 1. Table interaction (short distance) If the HID is used at one of the additional screen-tables, the HID becomes a writing Scroll wheel, rotatable and device. The accuracy of the HID and DPI resolution of the screens are much higher pressure sensitive here. Thus the screen tables are optimal for precise input actions like text writing. Secondary button Long distance interaction Close interaction Pen used as writing device Pen used as pointing and selection device
  • 16. C O - E V O L V I N G N A R R A T I V E
  • 17. HAMPI-LIVE
  • 18. C U L T U R A L A T L A S E S
  • 19. The Rhizome of the Western Han• ALiVE, CityU• University of California, Merced, USA• Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI)• Xian Jiaotong University• Xian Municipal Cultural Relics Conservation and Archaeological Research Institute (China)• CNR‐ITABC, Italian National Research Council (Italy)
  • 20. ? Ascension to Heaven (Yuren): the Yuren stands waiting for the deceased N the trip towards forFive Phases: this path is identifiable on the ceiling where the red bird, green dragon, black snake, the immortal life N white tiger represent symbols of cardinal points Traditional linear/sequential path of the iconography N
  • 21. Inside Dunhuang• ALiVE, CityU• Friends of Dunhuang, Hong Kong• Dunhuang Academy