Ethan Perry

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We present Artifacts of the Presence Era, a digital installation that uses a geological metaphor to visualize the events in a physical space over time. The piece captures video and audio from a museum and constructs an impressionistic visualization of the evolving history in the space. Instead of creating a visualization tool for data analysis, we chose to(More)
Anthropomorphic visualization is a new approach to presenting historical information about participants in online spaces using the human form as the basis for the visualization. Various data about an individual's online behavior are mapped to different parts of a "body", resulting in an abstract yet humanoid representation of a person. We explain the(More)
We present <i>Artifacts of the Presence Era</i>, an art installation that uses a geological metaphor to create an impressionistic visualization of the evolving history in a museum's gallery. The piece captures people's presence in the galleries: the images and sounds of visitors as they move through the museum. People's rhythms and activities in this public(More)
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