Advertise here.

physical_vote_bar_chart.jpg
an original way of gaining information from the public through a participative, physical data visualization. a row of 5 large perspex cylinders act as a series of bar charts, each filled with a different colored badge featuring a statement about how passers-by answer a specific question, such as how they may or may not spend their time or ‘what did you do last week?’. as anonymous participants remove & keep badges the levels in the cylinders drop, producing an instant reflection of what are the most & least popular statements. in addition, alongside the tubes are postcards asking visitors to predict the levels in the tubes on a future date.

see also physical bar chart table & the (edible) bean counter.

[link: luckimbell.com & designleadership.blogspot.com (blog) daytodaydata.com]

MORE

physical_vote_bar_chart2.jpg

physical_vote_bar_chart3.jpg

1 COMMENT

An homage to Hans Haake's MoMA poll from the 1970s ...
http://www.mat.ucsb.edu/~g.legrady/academic/courses/02w200a/algorithmic/haacke.html

Mon 22 Sep 2008 at 3:17 AM
lightnosugar
ADD A COMMENT
Commenting has been temporarily disabled.