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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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R3 – Virtual Reality for Data Visualization

VR for the web In the currently unfolding rapid expansion of virtual reality in the consumer market, a brief study of the available technologies for bringing web content into VR devices seems to indicate that we’re in the competing-standards era of this

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R3 – Virtual Reality for Data Visualization

VR for the web In the currently unfolding rapid expansion of virtual reality in the consumer market, a brief study of the available technologies for bringing web content into VR devices seems to indicate that we’re in the competing-standards era of this

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“Parable of the Polygons” by Nicky Case and Vi Hart (2014)

“Parable of the Polygons” is an interactive online webpage that aims to show, through hands-on experience, how small biases can have a large effect. It was made in 2014 by artist and game developer Nicky Case and mathematician / educator Vi

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“Parable of the Polygons” by Nicky Case and Vi Hart (2014)

“Parable of the Polygons” is an interactive online webpage that aims to show, through hands-on experience, how small biases can have a large effect. It was made in 2014 by artist and game developer Nicky Case and mathematician / educator Vi

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national racial segregation map by Dustin Cable (2013)

Dustin Cable, at the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, created a remarkably simple and powerful visualization of 2010 census data that shows racial population density and segregation in America. It simply paints one dot per person inside

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national racial segregation map by Dustin Cable (2013)

Dustin Cable, at the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, created a remarkably simple and powerful visualization of 2010 census data that shows racial population density and segregation in America. It simply paints one dot per person inside

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