August 14th, 2015

Tweet Tweet (Light and Movement #3)

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Tweet Tweet (Light and Movement #3)
Being interested in texts more for their visual elements than their contents and perceiving the action of tweeting as birds flapping wings, the most recent home timeline tweets are displayed broken, as if the character encoding was set wrong, and animates in a flipping motion. The actual data is revealed on mouseOver. This project is part of a prototype for an installation with split-flaps. @2015.

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#DataViz, #Flash(Actionscript), #Installation, Twitter API

 

August 12th, 2015

World Map

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World Map
Inspired by the traditional “Go” game board, its black and white stones on a grid, I tried to depict the world map only with circles and squares. The map is 360 degree rotatable with the world clock that shows the current time for each longitude. @2003

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#DataViz, #Flash(Actionscript), #Map

 

August 1st, 2015

Light Up (Light and Movement #1)

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Light Up (Light and Movement #1)
The movement of black and white cells and randomly selected words of human emotions: joy, anger, sorrow, and pleasure. Puzzle data from NY Times crossword 09/2000~02/2002. @2002.

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#DataViz, #Shockwave(Lingo), #Installation

 

“Mind is like a chess board consists of black and white emotions. When these emotions get perfectly integrated with no distinction, a light circle is created in the center of the mind. There is a fleeting moment that I see the light and its movement reflected in the ordinary things around me, then I try to catch it as if I try to catch the moon reflected in the water.”

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July 20th, 2015

Scarlet Numbers

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Scarlet Numbers
Passion, inside passion, inside passion, …… Clicking on a number breaks the number into the cells of its prime numbers endlessly, creating a unique composition. Create your own digital painting with scarlet numbers. @2001.

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#Flash(Actionscript)

 

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