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I just discovered a nice collection of highly interesting symposium presentations at Creativity Online [creativity-online.com]. Definitely worth your time.

The presentations, which you can all watch below, include:

- Manuel Lima from Visual Complexity talks about network visualization. (talk)

- Aaron Koblin from Google Creative Labs (hmmm, is there a link to this lab?) talks about his past visualization projects, including several ones I had not seen before. (talk)

- Ben Fry, co-founder of Processing and director of Seed Phyllotaxis Lab and Carlos Ulloa, founder and creator of Papervision3D and HelloEnjoy, talk about the future of open source and collaboration. (talk)

- Jo-Ann Kuchera-Morin talks about the visualization research projects at the Allosphere Research Laboratory. (talk)

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Note: If the movies below do not work (although they are embedded correctly...), use the "talk" links in the original post above.


CaT 2009: The Wizard of Data Art, Aaron Koblin
Google Creative Labs' Aaron Koblin runs through his stunning projects.


CaT 2009: Information Visualization - Manuel Lima.
Visual Complexity's Lima speaks on visualization.


CaT 2009: Open Source Everything (Ben Fry)
Ben Fry, co-founder of Processing and director of Seed Phyllotaxis Lab and Carlos Ulloa, founder and creator of Papervision3D and HelloEnjoy, talk about their software as well as their views on the future of open source and collaboration.


CaT 2009: Jo-Ann Kuchera-Morin.
Director, Allosphere Research Laboratory, California Nanosystems Institute; Professor, Media Arts and Technology and Music; Director, Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology, University of California, Santa Barbara but Kuchera-Morin talks about inspiring ideas with this presentation at CaT New York, which garnered here the day's only standing ovation.