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Category: Research & Theoretical Methods

EDP MA Thesis Project Proposal – packaged files

Here is the link for the ZIP package containing files for my MA Thesis Project Proposal (including the video version) for the Emergent Digital Practices program at the University of Denver. The ZIP file is password-protected.

Download ZIP package here (via Google Drive)

EDP MA Thesis Project Proposal Video

Here is a video presentation of an abridged version of my MA Thesis Project Proposal for the Emergent Digital Practices program at the University of Denver. The full print version is available in a following post, within a ZIP package of all proposal materials. This video is password-protected.

Rich Path – EDP MA Thesis Project Proposal, video version

Essay: Dissemination

This shorter essay describes next steps for the project’s development, plans for its implementation in a hospital setting, and other possibilities for sharing with and use by other healthcare institutions.

Essay: Methods

This essay provides an overview of requirements and considerations for the design of my MA thesis project prototype, as determined in a needs analysis meeting conducted with my site collaborators. I also cover some of my previous works and research that are relevant to this project, and discuss general hardware and software aspects for the project’s development.

The PDF is password-protected for viewing. If you are interested in access, please request via email – you’ll find my email address here.

Essay: Complexity and Emergence

In this essay, I explore other physical visualization works as inspirations for the emergence of approaches and ideas in my own design process, and consider issues of complexity in their approaches to visualizing data and the larger concepts they represent.

Essay: Research Focus, Prehistories and Imaginary Media

The project for my MA thesis in the Emergent Digital Practices program focuses on developing a prototype of a networked art object that will be utilized by hospital staff to rapidly monitor current patient capacity data. This essay describes the background for this project, presenting the case for replacing a manual capacity alert system at a local hospital with an automated, active physical visualization object. A brief look at the history of physical visualization objects is covered, along with an analysis of a current “commercialized” solution used in manufacturing operations.

The PDF is password-protected for viewing. If you are interested in access, please request via email – you’ll find my email address here.

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