GeoViz. More than Zoom & Pan IxDA Berlin, July 2011 Till Nagel, FH Potsdam, 13 July 2011
FH Potsdam. Interface design programme Informa=on Architecture and Visualiza=on Prof. Danijela Djokic Design of SoHware Interfaces Prof. Dr. Frank Heidmann Interac=on Design Prof. Boris Müller Natural User Interfaces and Geovisualiza=on Till Nagel Design of Physical and Virtual Interfaces Prof. Reto WeRach
mæve Venice Biennale of Architecture, 2008 hKp://portal.mace-‐project.eu/maeve
Overview • What are Geovisualiza=ons? • How do they support explora=on and analysis? • What is the digital city? • What kind of user generated geo-‐spa=al data exist? • How can we engage ci=zens? • Many examples for illustra=on • Outlook
User generated data • Explici=ly added geo-‐spa=al data. • Loca=on-‐aware social networks. • GPS enabled smart phones. • Real world tracking, e.g. by sensors. And combine it with other geospa=al data sources.
The World’s Eyes MIT Senseable City Lab, 2008 Girardin, F., Calabrese, F., Dal Fiore, F., Raf, C., and Blat, J. (2008). Uncovering the presence and movements of tourist from user-‐generated content.
Browse through media ﬁles Nagel, T., Heidmann, F., CondoKa, M., Duval, E. Venice Unfolding: A Tangible User Interface for Exploring FacePed Data in a Geographical Context. In Proceedings of the 6th Nordic Conference on Human-‐ Computer InteracRon (NordiCHI 10), Reykjavik, Iceland, 2010
Dichotomy between usability and novel interac=ons.
Computer’s image of the human Dan O‘Sullivan and Tom Igoe, Physical Compu=ng, 2004