Below are a list of examples and case studies from using Datascape.
A basic “time-tunnel” of firewall data – time into screen and layers of sub-nets up the screen
In 2009 the National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS – www.nsa.gov) ran the annual Cyber Defense Exercise (CDX – http://www.nsa.gov/public_info/press_room/2009/cyber_defense_trophy.shtml). This annual event, sponsored by...Read More »
Most of the tutorials we’ve done so far have been about single datasets, so we thought it would be interesting to show what can be done with multiple datasets in Datascape. We’re getting ready for a SmartCity event in December, so that’s given us a useful focus, but discussions in...Read More »
Way back in around 2007 one of our “signature” works in Second Life was an immersive visualisation of air traffic around Los Angeles airport. We picked up the KMZ feed from http://flightwise.com/ (then fboweb) intended to display the aircraft on Google Earth and instead displayed it as an immersive display...Read More »
Whilst presenting at the recent GfK NOP Technology Scouting event in Berlin I met and listened to Nathalie Nahai, The Web Psychologist, give a fascinating talk about cultural awareness in business, and in particular about Professor Geert Hofstede and his Dimensions of National Culture.
This scores...Read More »
These two example shows how Datascape can be used with GPS data to view data which is changing in position and time.
Figs 1 and 2 use GPS data captured from a bicycle and Figs 3 and 4 GPS data captured from two cars. Both...Read More »
This example shows how Datascape can be used to plot data against a 3D object or 2D diagram. In this particular instance we use data that simulates cancer and trauma events over a number of years – such as may be generated by a hospital or medical organisation,...Read More »
This example shows how to use Datascape to plot a bar chart. The specific example is exchange rate data, but could equally to applied to scientific, marketing or business data.
The source data was an Excel spreadsheet showing the end-of-month exchange rates between 20 countries...Read More »