Exploring Ambient and Artistic Visualization for Residential Energy Use Feedback

@article{Rodgers2011ExploringAA,
  title={Exploring Ambient and Artistic Visualization for Residential Energy Use Feedback},
  author={Johnny Rodgers and Lyn Bartram},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
  year={2011},
  volume={17},
  pages={2489-2497}
}
Providing effective feedback on resource consumption in the home is a key challenge of environmental conservation efforts. One promising approach for providing feedback about residential energy consumption is the use of ambient and artistic visualizations. Pervasive computing technologies enable the integration of such feedback into the home in the form of distributed point-of-consumption feedback devices to support decision-making in everyday activities. However, introducing these devices into… CONTINUE READING

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