Here’s my second visualization attempt using Keystroke Logging.
Below is my logFile on Oct 18.
Could you read what I typed? I don’t even know what I am saying there. Of course, I typed it.
The reason is that Keystroke Logging transfer my Korean input to English input.
It coded my key logging history again.
Instead of tracking trend of . . . → Read More: Key Log Cal
“co-relationship; Cognition, blinking eye during performance of a running memory task.”
This idea started with the an assumption from Dan’s at first class, “When people blink their eyes, there might be some cognition process happening on your brain for making a memory.” It was so interesting concept that I didn’t care about my body reactions before, but . . . → Read More: Interation with eye bliking and cognition_
It’s been awhile, but thankfully I took some notes which led me to recall this powerful assertion from David Deustch – who’s work in physics led him to encourage a “multiple parallel worlds” investigation of quantum theory. Here he talks a bit about perception and testable observation en route to explanation:
“But what creationist and empiricists both . . . → Read More: All Actions Are Theory-Laden
I initially wanted to compare my heart beat between native language environment and foreign language but I couldn’t get any dramatic result after living in new york for a year. Instead, I decided to see how I feel stress from each class in this semester, and then I got interesting results as above image. Left . . . → Read More: Heart Rate Monitor 2
video 2 of 2 documenting flex . . . → Read More: # 2 Visualizing data from stretch sensor project
Visualizing stretch sensor project
This is post 1 of 2 documenting . . . → Read More: # 1 Visualizing data from stretch sensor project
Nothing but pure debugging . . . → Read More: Vizzles
over the past 3 weeks i’ve been collecting data on my movements with some simple android apps i’ve developed. 1) measures and records my location (in latitude/longitude) every 10 minutes or every 10 yards i move, 2) measures my movement based on the internal accelerometer in the android.
data logging the accelerometer has been a bit difficult . . . → Read More: [visualizing data] :: patterns in movement
One of the things that I wanted to explore is if the pace in which you go through life reflects how happy you are at the moment. Last year, I worked on a project called iStride that worked essentially as a pedometer, calculating your cadence and alerting you to when you were over striding during runs. . . . → Read More: Rushing through life
Just had that… I don’t know it’s weird. Just had that little feeling, you ever get that funny little feeling Vuja De? No, not Deja Vu. This is Vuja De. This is the strange feeling that somehow, this has never happened before. And then it’s gone..
Turns out that knowing something and feeling as if you . . . → Read More: Sensing the Undefinable: Bad Explanations That Can’t Be Otherwise