Data Visualization for Design Thinking: Applied Mapping by Winifred E Newman – Book Available NOW

Data Visualization for Design Thinking: Applied Mapping by Winifred E Newman – Book Available NOW

There are so many books about how to make maps, but not many asking how to think¬†mapping. This isn’t exactly a how-to, rather the book offers insight into cartographical thinking or how we construct and re-construct the world around us through mapping and map making. It can be used by anyone interested in maps and … Continue reading

Sonic Problems in VR

IEEE Symposium poster on the audio for VR Designing and Controlling Virtual Sonic Environments Using a Brower-based 3DUI, Anil Camci, Paul Murray, Angus Forbes, UIC, EVL 2016 “A range of platforms facilitate the design of virtual environments. Most commonly, game engines, such as Unity and Unreal, are used for developing and simulating virtual realities. However, … Continue reading

Introduction to HEI

Introduction to HEI

Human environments interaction is a new field with a long history. How we interact with our environments defines how we think and act. Ultimately our environments are a proposal for who we want to be. The focus on HEI is the interactions we have with the environment. The cognitive and perceptual apparatus we use to … Continue reading

What made Art modern? Psychology, Art and Visual Perception

What made Art modern? Psychology, Art and Visual Perception

Imaginative Beholding:¬†Physiological Psychology and the Discourse on Representation I am working on a book that explores issues of aesthetics in relation to cognitive psychology. It challenges current theories in visual studies that don’t take into account experimental psychology and the discourse on perception informing late 19th century theories of aesthetics. This work is in the … Continue reading