Large display information visualization in public spaces
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For my doctoral research I am exploring the potential and challenges of large display information visualizations in public settings such as museums. The combination of information visualization as a means to represent abstract data and interactive display technologies, shows great potential for engaging visitor experiences. However, public spaces with their diverse audience and distractions introduce particular design challenges for such information installations. Embedded in an interdisciplinary context drawing from computer science, art, and design, my research focuses on how to initialize interaction with large display information visualizations in such public settings, and how to promote active engagement with and discussion of information. Based on four case studies my research will add to the general understanding on how non-experts approach large display information visualizations in museum spaces and inform the design and evaluation of such installations in this context.
Hinrichs , U 2010 , ' Large display information visualization in public spaces ' , Doctoral Colloquium - DIS'10 Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2010 , Aarhus , Denmark , 16/08/10 - 20/08/10 .conference
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