Visualizar Data Visualization is a transversal discipline which harnesses the immense power of visual communication in order to explain, in an understandable manner, the relationships of meaning, cause and dependency which can be found among the great abstract masses of information generated by scientific and social processes. The Visualizar project, directed by José Luis de Vicente, is conceived as an open and participatory research project around theory, tools and strategies of information visualization. Visualizar has the support of Bestiario, whose members have collaborated actively in every edition up to date. >> In the past:Visualizar'11: Understanding Infrastructures|Visualizar'09: Public Data, Data in Public | Visualizar'08: Database City | Visualizar'07| Hashtag: #visualizar
Creative Diary Master RULES - read carefully Description of the Theme: ‘Design (for) Emergency’ IED calls young creatives to develop ideas and projects describing ‘Design (for) Emergency’: please apply this concept to the area of studies that you prefer, Fashion, Design, VisualCommunication, Management. “Emergency” means a serious situation or occurrence that happens unexpectedly and demands immediate action, a condition of urgent need for action or assistance. Our goal is to show how the design can be a useful guide for real emergency situations, how can you exploit design to find solutions for natural disasters/catastrophes, urban and domestic problems, how design can be a significant element for new proposals, in order to improve the world and the life of its inhabitants. For each IED area a briefing has been defined.
5 Habits of People With Remarkable Willpower Willpower is not something you either have or you don't. Sure, some people may be more self-disciplined than you. Some people may be better at resisting temptation than you. Digital Photography - Stanford CS 178 - Digital Photography Spring Quarter, 2011 Marc Levoy Handout #2 Here is the current version of the course schedule. It is also available online at and will be continuously updated as changes are made. In particular, lecture titles and assignment names will become clickable shortly after a lecture is given or an assignment made. The Dictionary of Imaginary Places The Dictionary of Imaginary Places (1980, 1987, 1999) is a book written by Alberto Manguel and Gianni Guadalupi. It takes the form of a catalogue of fantasy lands, islands, cities, and other locations from world literature—"a Baedecker or traveller's guide...a nineteenth-century gazetteer" for mental travelling. The book To remain of manageable size, the Dictionary excludes places that are off the planet Earth (eliminating many science fiction locales), as well as "heavens and hells and places of the future," and literary pseudonyms for existing places, like the Yoknapatawpha County of William Faulkner or the Barsetshire of Anthony Trollope and Angela Thirkell. It compensates by covering a wide range of anonymous and obscure sources, and volumes of forgotten lore.
Medialab-Prado Many workshops for the production of projects, conferences, seminars, encounters, project exhibition, concerts, presentations, etc. take place in its versatile space. All activities are free and open to the general public. Our primary objective is to create a structure where both research and production are processes permeable to user participation.
Research iota iota's Research Program is two fold: First, to provide the resources necessary for academic inquiry in the form of our study center and online publications. Second, to encourage and support the work of individual scholars engaged in special projects. Library and Study Center Building on the extraordinary collection of Dr. William Moritz and The Creative Film Society, iota has assembled an extensive media collection uniquely focused on abstraction in film, video, performance and installation art. Along with the collection there is a small Screening Room equipped with a full HD projector donated by Epson. Networking With Influencers- The Muse Oprah Winfrey? Sheryl Sandberg? Richard Branson? About StudioLab project Through a synergistic network, Studiolab is inspiring new approaches to environmental, technological and social challenges and providing a template for innovative art science collaborations. Studiolab involves interaction between 13 leading centres of scientific research, artistic excellence and experimental design accross 12 European countries. StrandsThese partners are collaborating and working with world leading scientists, artists, and designers to pilot projects using integrated strands of incubation, education and public engagement. Incubation actions develop and strengthen ideas, bringing them from concepts to outcomes. Educational modules tackle interdisciplinary learning and an art-science approach within second and third level formal education systems.
Define - define Define From define Jump to: navigation, search Labour ratios As part of performance management a firm may wish to try to monitor and control its labour costs. This page looks at typical labour ratios that can assist in this. Labour turnover Calculation Labour turnover is a measure of the proportion of people leaving relative to the average number of people employed.
How to participate Open space Medialab-Prado is a free space open to the general public, so you can take part in all the activities as part of the public (presentations, debates, seminars, exhibits of projects created here, etc.) Occasionally, prior registration is necessary for certain activities due to space limitations. Medialab-Prado is open to the public Monday to Friday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.