Tag: visualisation

Energy Transition in the wild: an Excursion to Seestadt

Anna Pillinger, Stefan Lasser, Harrie Mort, Tzu-Min Chang (photo), Anne Beaulieu and participants of the course “Energy and Big Data: Transition and the informational turn in Energy.”  University of Vienna, Summer Term, 2018. On a crisp Friday morning the students of the seminar class… Continue Reading “Energy Transition in the wild: an Excursion to Seestadt”

Doing and thinking!

A new publication with a long history! Learning in a Landscape: Simulation-building as Reflexive Intervention–the title says it all. After sending in this article to a few possible outlets, it seemed we might never get out of the binary reactions that wouldn’t give room… Continue Reading “Doing and thinking!”

Getting ready for “Images and Visualisation: Imaging Technology, Truth and Trust”

In a couple of days, I’ll be heading off to Norrkoping, Sweden for a summer school on visualisation. My talk will address two conventions found across many imaging modalities area fields: the view form nowhere and the seamless zoom. The presentation will be posted… Continue Reading “Getting ready for “Images and Visualisation: Imaging Technology, Truth and Trust””