Unfolding the City

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Unfolding the City

  1. 1. Unfolding the City Till Nagel
  2. 2. Mapping the Urban Now
  3. 3. Mapping the Urban Now
  4. 4. Mapping the Urban Now
  5. 5. Goals of Data Visualization •  Understand data •  Analyse data •  Confirm hypotheses •  Communicate stories
  6. 6. E. J. Muybridge
  7. 7. Shape of Song Martin Wattenberg
  8. 8. Shape of Song Chopin,  Mazurka  in  F#  Minor  
  9. 9. London Cholera Map
  10. 10. London Underground Map
  11. 11. Urban Visualizations •  Splendor Aggregate crowd-sourced data •  Venice Unfolding Engage local stakeholders •  LiquiData Expand the social space
  12. 12. klara.kristina Chris Grabert Gerd Waloszek
  13. 13. Splendor http://schwinki.de/splendor
  14. 14. Splendor Sebastian Schwinkendorf, Matthias Löwe
  15. 15. Venice Unfolding FH Potsdam & IUAV, 2009/2010
  16. 16. Urban transformation of the City of Venice •  116 architectural projects •  Metadata and media files •  Selected terms from an architecture taxonomy
  17. 17. Interactive Tabletop Jula  Lakritz,  Nadine  Patzig,   Stefan  Rechsteiner,  Mar:n   Schissler,  Stephan  Thiel  
  18. 18. Polyhedron to explore faceted data
  19. 19. Facetted Browsing
  20. 20. Display of facets
  21. 21. Tilt to select facet
  22. 22. Rotate to select term
  23. 23. Lock term to highlight matching results
  24. 24. Browse through media files
  25. 25. iPhone Tracker Pete Warden, Alasdair Allan
  26. 26. LiquiData
  27. 27. The Naked City Guy Debord, 1957
  28. 28. LiquiData Gunnar Friedrich, Luis Grass, Christopher Pietsch, David Ikuye, Pierre La Baume
  29. 29. http://vimeo.com/43120464
  30. 30. LIVE Singapore! Provides people with access to a range of useful real-time information about their city by developing an open platform for the collection, elaboration and distribution of real-time data that reflect urban activity. Giving people visual and tangible access to real-time information about their city enables them to take their decisions more in sync with their environment, with what is actually happening around them. http://senseable.mit.edu/livesingapore/
  31. 31. Human-Human Interaction
  32. 32. Data Sources •  Existing infrastructures and systems •  Sensor networks •  User generated data
  33. 33. Open platform for real-time urban data
  34. 34. Urban Demos
  35. 35. LIVE Singapore!
  36. 36. Public transit in Singapore
  37. 37. Summary  
  38. 38. PM peak AM peak
  39. 39. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQpTM7ASc-w
  40. 40. My research •  Visualization techniques for tempo-spatial data •  Engage large audience (urban demo, exhibitions) •  Information aesthetics & Fluid interactivity •  Support students and researchers with tools
  41. 41. One year of Biking My bike rides in Berlin Tracked on smart phone as GPX files
  42. 42. http://tillnagel.com/2013/08/one-year-of-biking/
  43. 43. Shanghai Metro Flow http://tillnagel.com/2013/12/shanghai-metro-flow/
  44. 44. https://vimeo.com/82303397
  45. 45. Aims of Urban Data Visualization •  Represent the city •  Raise awareness •  Support decision making •  Improve daily life
  46. 46. Smart cities need smart citizens
  47. 47. Thank you. http://tillnagel.com RCA Till Nagel 7th January 2014, London mail@tillnagel.com – twitter: @tillnm

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