3D Visualisation Now
The images on the right were my analysis of a data visualisation as a part of the first assessment for 3d data visualisation. I chose this purely because I like tweets and I love how interactive this visualisation is. See here for the link to this visualisation: http://twitter.github.io/interactive/andes/
Hunters and Collectors
The user will walk through the data set that is shown in a somewhat dreamlike arena with particle systems and, what looks like, a neverending space. The viewer will be able to see even more data such as dreams upon approaching the data representation more closely. Originally, we wished to represent the sleep record as a balance plank, divided into 28 sections, however this proved to be more complex in the time period we have. The sound will help in giving the viewer a sense of uneasiness in the space particularly when the sound volume changes, representing the uneasiness of the sleep on those nights. Ultimately the visualisation will represent the difference between what one feels and what is the actual truth.