Ocupado: Visual Analysis of Building Occupancy using WiFi Data
In a multi-year visualization design study, we created and evaluated a set of visual decision-support tools centered around occupancy data for stakeholders in facilities management and planning. Ocupado uses WiFi devices as a proxy for human presence, capturing location-based counts that preserve privacy without trajectories.
The Haptipedia Project
Haptipedia aims to close the gap between device and interaction designers, accelerate design exploration, and reduce fruitless reinventions. We accomplish this by exposing decades of haptic device inventions that have been buried in the literature and making them easy to search and compare through an open-source visualization and database.
Bike Sharing Atlas
The interactive visualization system bikesharingatlas.org supports the explorative data analysis of more than 460 bike-sharing networks worldwide. Being increasingly digitized, these networks nowadays produce data that can reveal interesting insights, not only into patterns of bicycle usage but also underlying spatio-temporal dynamics of a city.