Category Archives: process

is the occupy movement getting more colorful?

post by srt0 and christo Occuprint.org collects and distributes posters inspired by Occupy movements all around the world.  For the May 18/19th hackathon, our group looked at Occuprint’s collection of almost 400 posters.  Our main aim was to explore possible

is the occupy movement getting more colorful?

post by srt0 and christo Occuprint.org collects and distributes posters inspired by Occupy movements all around the world.  For the May 18/19th hackathon, our group looked at Occuprint’s collection of almost 400 posters.  Our main aim was to explore possible

Mockup of visualisation

Occupy Video as Data presentation at NYU, 4/18

Last week, a few Data Occupiers went to NYU to present to the “Topics in Visual Culture: Politics of Visual Display” class at NYU: among other things, we talked about our Video as Data project.

Mockup of visualisation

Occupy Video as Data presentation at NYU, 4/18

Last week, a few Data Occupiers went to NYU to present to the “Topics in Visual Culture: Politics of Visual Display” class at NYU: among other things, we talked about our Video as Data project.

Using a free Jogging app to GPS map unofficial private space in Zuccotti Park (OWS)

(Mapping done on Nov 6, 2011) I was fascinated when, in mid October, occupiers erected a tent city (against the instructions of park owner Brookfield Office Properties). The very form of the spatial occupation had transformed; an official public space

Using a free Jogging app to GPS map unofficial private space in Zuccotti Park (OWS)

(Mapping done on Nov 6, 2011) I was fascinated when, in mid October, occupiers erected a tent city (against the instructions of park owner Brookfield Office Properties). The very form of the spatial occupation had transformed; an official public space

photos: occupydata hackathon2 nyc day 2

Thanks go to Peter Asaro for the photos.

photos: occupydata hackathon2 nyc day 2

Thanks go to Peter Asaro for the photos.

Occupy Video as Data: Visualizing Temporal Narratives

How do we make sense of specific events occurring during the Occupy movement through narratives emerging from social media over time? When an NYPD office pepper sprays peaceful protestors, the event is immediately captured on camera phones with subsequent citizen

Occupy Video as Data: Visualizing Temporal Narratives

How do we make sense of specific events occurring during the Occupy movement through narratives emerging from social media over time? When an NYPD office pepper sprays peaceful protestors, the event is immediately captured on camera phones with subsequent citizen

State and Space

Project team: James, Karen, Suzanne, Lara, Hanna, and Peter. We’re using the web service Topsy and a Ruby script to search for tweets that document police misconduct or benevolence, can be traced back to a specific officer, and are related

State and Space

Project team: James, Karen, Suzanne, Lara, Hanna, and Peter. We’re using the web service Topsy and a Ruby script to search for tweets that document police misconduct or benevolence, can be traced back to a specific officer, and are related

Visualization of Q42 “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?”

From the Occupy Research Demographic and Political Participation Survey, question #42, “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?” All responses are included, and this visualization shows the 50 most frequently used words (excluding the very

Visualization of Q42 “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?”

From the Occupy Research Demographic and Political Participation Survey, question #42, “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?” All responses are included, and this visualization shows the 50 most frequently used words (excluding the very