Embodied aspects of drinking tea

Data on drinking tea is not rare, branch organisations often interview the general public on their tea habits and consumption (Dutch National coffee and tea survey, 2018). This may give us information about taste preferences, perceptions and consumption behaviour but it doesn’t give much insight into how the actual act of drinking tea is experienced […]

sleepGalaxy: design & calories

I’ve been working on the overall design step by step, alternating between coding and looking. I want to incorporate my calorie intake after 6 PM. I’m not recording the times I ate and I suspect they influence my whole sleep. So the most logical position is to circle all around the “sleep circles”. There is […]

e-Textile and data visualisation

Report of the meeting “Wearables and data visualisation” 13-6-13 @ V2_ Present: Ricardo O’Nascimento and Danielle Roberts (organisers), Anja Hertenberger, Meg Grant, Beam van Waardenberg Skype: Annick Bureaud Program: – Introductions – Look at and discuss examples from the web collected in a Pinterest board (http://pinterest.com/docentnv/wearable-dataviz/) – Life demonstration – Discussion – Practical stuff When […]

working with data

I’ve been experimenting with the design and data visualisation using the personal data values: mood, stress, energy level and inner peace. Depending on the data value the lines, shapes and tone of each visualisation varies. This will create a different structure for every timeslot in every day. Inner peace will be a big organic and […]

Collecting silence first data visualisation

My first attempt at visualising the stress and noise data from the collecting silence (http://www.collectingsilence.org) project. An aim of the project is to discover if there’s a direct relation between silence and relaxation/well-being. In this cut-out of a large graph there seems to be some relation. (The longer and more transparent the line the higher the […]