List of Physical Visualizations
and Related Artifacts

2013 – Behavioral Landscapes

 

A mixed team of artists and scientists at Pennsylvania State University devised a method to visualize human behavior, personality and emotions as 3D probability density functions. They then produced solid models using CNC milling.

Sources:

  1. Studio|Lab (2013) Behavioral Landscapes.
  2. Nilam Ram, Michael Coccia, David Conroy, Amy Lorek, Brian Orland, Aaron Pincus, Martin Sliwinski, and Denis Gerstorf (2013) Behavioral Landscapes and Change in Behavioral Landscapes: A Multiple Time-Scale Density Distribution Approach.


Added by Pierre Dragicevic on November 16, 2014. Category: Passive physical visualization Tags: , ,