In this course we investigated how interactive geovisualizations can help citizens to explore and understand their urban environment. Taught in summer 2012 at the FH Potsdam. See a summary of all the student projects. Read more – ‘Urbane Ebenen, summer 2012’.
Workshop for the first public transport open data initiative in Germany. As first German city Berlin published its public transit data as open data. With others, the public transport authority VBB, the Senate Department for Commerce, Technology and Science, and the Open Knowledge Foundation organized the Apps & the City event on 29 November 2012 [...] Read more – ‘Apps & the City – Open Transport’.
A comparison of national and international carriers in domestic flight routes. Some background information on my winning submission for the Visualizing Marathon 2012 with the Global Flights Network data. Read more – ‘Foreign Domestics’.
Visual representation of edges with smooth junctions between circular nodes, with an aesthetically pleasing look of connectedness. This note provides Processing code, interactive examples, and brief descriptions how they have been applied. Read more – ‘Gum and Weighted Connections’.
Border Bumping is a work of dislocative media that situates cellular telecommunications infrastructure as a disruptive force, challenging the integrity of national borders. Chris Pietsch and I created an interactive map visualizing border bumps for Julian Oliver's project.
Read more – ‘Border Bumping’.
This course was investigating how to use large-scale multitouch devices in combination with novel interaction methods for dynamic geovisualizations. Taught at the Interface Design program at FH Potsdam, in summer 2011. Read more – ‘Graspable Maps, summer 2011’.