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Information Visualization: From Conceptual Theory to Digital Implementation

Panel: Dr. Samantha K. Hastings, Univ of North Texas, Dr. Wooseob Jeong, University of Wisconsin, Dr. Ray Uzwyshyn, University of Miami Digital Library Initiatives; Moderator: Diane Neal, Texas Woman's University.

Sparking Synergies: Bringing Research and Practice Together @ ASIST '05 (ASIS&T 2005)
Westin Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, October 28 - November 2, 2005


Abstract

Information visualization allows the exploration of large sets of non-linear paradigms for the organization of a wider spectrum of media elements (i.e. video, visual images, sound, datasets). Information visualization in the form of 2D and 3D objects and environments has been moving from conceptual theory to digital implementation. The panelist represent different projects that have brought theory into implementation and will share information, demonstrations, and results.

Dr. Samantha Hastings of the University of North Texas will discuss the UNT Sepia Photo Archive. Dr. Ray Uzwyshyn of University of Miami Digital Library Initiatives will discuss new initiatives and projects that widen the boundaries of information visualization with regards to higher academic research and possibilities of interactive online media. Dr. Greg Jones of the University of North Texas will discuss the combination of 3D visualization environments and collaborative media tools to create 3D online learning environments. Dr. Wooseob Jeong of the University of Wisconsin will discuss the issues of multimodality.

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