Looking at visualising and feeding back complex data in ways that communicate easily to participants across cultures on a range of platforms, forms part of our research. Here follow a few examples of visualisations that deal with complex data.
MotoGP statistics viewer
This is an interactive visualisation dashboard of recent statistics from MotoGP, the motorcycle road racing championship. The project explores different means of viewing to provide a novel way to understand the championship, individual races & the interrelationships between riders, manufacturers, tires & teams. Users can drill down into each race to explore different visualisations of lap graphs, gap differences by lap, lap times & average speeds. These details can then be cross-referenced by tire, manufacturer & lap time data.; see http://www.minglebee.com/gp/
Dynamic graph that visualises baby name trends across time; see http://www.babynamewizard.com/voyager
An algorithmic visual representation of barcodes, of which the numerical codes determine the positions, curves & colors of Bezier curves in a tree structure. The number of curves varies in correspondence to the number of figures in the code. In addition, information details of the country of origin, manufacturer, product number & sum are displayed; see http://barcode-plantage.com/index.htm