Coronavirus in a World after Anthropocene: Multiple forms of looking through Apprentice Gaze

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Abstract

What role does data visualisation play in interpreting meaning? How do computer-mediated interactions allow experiencing data in different ways? This installation explores how data visualisations can prompt critical reflections and enable different "mechanisms of seeing". Using Augmented Reality, the prototype shows data overlays over a 3D representation of planet Earth accompanied by different sound themes. The data was gathered on January 1st of 2021 the most updated at that date and contains information on the number of Covid-19 cases per 100,000 population, Co2 emissions and country population for 237 countries in the world. All data have been retrieved from databases publicly available.
Original languageEnglish
TypeThis installation uses Augmented Reality to visualise Covid-related data and prompt reflections on sensemaking through data visualisation
Media of outputAugmented Reality Experience
Publication statusPublished - 27 Mar 2021

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