Complex Logarithmic Views
Showing very small details seamlessly connected to their context. This picture: The Metropolitan Museum in New York, with the whole world in the background.
Art of MR
Independent interactive video installation initiated by Katja Heuer. Exploring intra-brain connections through physical movement. Head-Tracking with a Microsoft Kinect, software written in Processing and C++.
Schematic public transportation maps annotated with distorted map data. Interactive zooming technique for the exploration of details.
Abstract Complex Logarithmic Views
Application of Complex Logarithmic Views for the visualization of abstract data such as software systems or graphs.
Edgebundled Functional Connectivity
Abstract visualization of functional connectivity between brain areas as derived from resting-state fMRI.
Functional connectivity glyphs
Abstract visualization of functional connectivity of the whole cortex with multi-dimensional local shapes.
Research and art project Globorama in collaboration with the ZKM. Geographical imagery in a panoramic interactive cinema. Interactive navigation with a laser-pointer device.
BrainGL is an open source multi-purpose brain visualization software developed in C++, initiated by Ralph Schurade. Developed for brain research, it was also used for the creation of ”Fire and Wire”, a 3D video shown at the Ars Electronica festival.