DATA Play 7 was a great success with some really interesting discussions around data visualisation. The day was supported and sponsored by the Balance-Unbalance Conference which explores the intersections between art, nature, science, technology and society. The conference really fitted into the DATA Play vibe and it’s great to see the DATA Play continue to grow with more people and projects linking up.
The day included talks from:
Mike Phillips: Balance Unbalance
Luke Christison: Immersive environmental representations
Simon Lock: Collecting and visualising greenspace usage data
Simon Lock: ‘Buoy Oh Buoy’ playing with visual representations of marine data
Mike Phillips: North Devon Biosphere data collection presentation
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DATA Play 9 kicked off to a great start, once again helped by the great venue provided by the STEM Hub at City College. There was a great buzz in the room and it was great to see lots of new faces getting to know each other and discussing ideas.