Design of a tangible data visualization
Rezaeian, Alireza & Donovan, Jared (2014) Design of a tangible data visualization. In Nguyen, Quang Vinh, Wu, Yingcai, Bednarz, Tomasz, & Huang, Tony (Eds.) VINCI 2014: Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Visual Information Communication and Interaction, ACM Digital Libraries, Sydney, Australia, pp. 232-235.
In this paper we describe the design of DNA Jewellery, which is a wearable tangible data representation of personal DNA profile data. An iterative design process was followed to develop a 3D form-language that could be mapped to standard DNA profile data, with the aim of retaining readability of data while also producing an aesthetically pleasing and unique result in the area of personalized design. The work explores design issues with the production of data tangibles, contributes to a growing body of research exploring tangible representations of data and highlights the importance of approaches that move between technology, art and design.
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