Present your data in the clearest, most engaging way possible by harnessing the visualization power of MATLAB. With a host of practical recipes and step-by-step instructions, this book is the fast-track to stunning results.
- Customizations used in the visualization recipes are made into functions for easy integration into your data analysis workflow
- Recipes are cross-referenced with MATLAB product pages and MATLAB Central File Exchange resources for improved coverage
- Includes hand created indices to find exactly what you need; such as application driven, or function driven
MATLAB’s customizable graphics elements allow you to tailor your visualizations for exactly what you need to present; alter the figure and axis properties, lighting, transparency and camera position. Use MATLAB to apply volume visualizations to your data as well as interactivity and animation, or to plot your data in 1, 2, 3 and higher data dimensions
“MATLAB Graphics & Data Visualization Cookbook” will serve as your handbook to help you know the right graphic to showcase your data and teach you how to create it in clear step-by-step instructions.
Tasks range from simple graphs using built-in MATLAB commands, to complex functions making frequently used customizations easy to implement.
Learn about the key customizable elements in MATLAB graphics starting from figure and axis property settings, color, lighting, transparency and camera positioning to strategies for more advanced data visualization including adding interactivity and animation. Finish with recipes on presentation and publication.
Learn the techniques and easily customize the recipes to apply to your datasets.
In March 2015 Allahyari and Rourke released The 3D Additivist Manifesto, a call to push creative technologies to their absolute limits and beyond into the realm of the speculative, the provocative and the weird. The 3D Additivist Cookbook is composed of responses to that call, an extensive catalog of digital forms, material actions, and post-humanist methodologies and impressions.
#Additivism is a portmanteau of additive and activism: a movement concerned with critiquing ‘radical’ new technologies in fablabs, workshops, and classrooms; at social, ecological, and global scales. The 3D Additivist Cookbook questions whether it’s possible to change the world without also changing ourselves, and what the implications are of taking a position.This archive contains 3D models and textures from The 3D Additivist Cookbook in .stl and .obj format in addition to a 3D-PDF of the Cookbook published in February 2017 by Morehshin Allahyari and Daniel Rourke.The 3D Additivist Cookbook is a compendium of strategies that aim to turn 3D printing into a tool for emancipation, activism and disruption. It brings together speculative texts, 3D models, prototypes, recipes and practical suggestions.For further information see: http://additivism.org/cookbookhttp://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/the-3d-additivist-cookbook/
The Urban Screens Reader is the first book to focus entirely on the topic of urban screens. In assembling contributions from a range of leading theorists, in conjunction with a series of case studies dealing with artists’ projects and screen operators’ and curators’ experiences, the reader offers a rich resource for those interested in the intersections between digital media, cultural practices and urban space.
Urban Screens have emerged as a key site in contemporary struggles over public culture and public space. They form a strategic junction in debates over the relation between technological innovation, the digital economy, and the formation of new cultural practices in contemporary cities. How should we conceptualize public participation in relation to urban screens? Are ‘the public’ citizens, consumers, producers, or something else? Where is the public located? When a screen is erected in public space, who has access to it and control over it? What are the appropriate forms of urban planning, design and governance? How do urban screens affect cultural experiences?
El Congreso Políticas de la interfaz pretende reflexionar acerca del papel y la incidencia de las interfaces en el universo de las herramientas del sistema productivo contemporáneo. ¿Cómo se configuran y se producen los imaginarios creativos, políticos, laborales, económicos y culturales en el marco de un sistema universalizado de interfaces cuya promesa pasa por ser natural, transparente, simple y accesible? ¿Qué respuestas y qué acciones cabe articular desde unas prácticas del diseño cuya intención es cuestionar las utopías derivadas de una comunicación cada vez más sujeta al imperio del control? ¿De qué manera podemos configurar las alianzas entre el diseño, el mundo del pensamiento y la acción crítica y una serie de relatos industriales e institucionales vinculados a las teologías tecnológicas?
Esta iniciativa se plantea como un foro de encuentro en que se reúnen, debaten y difunden diversas aproximaciones, experiencias y prácticas procedentes de los ámbitos del diseño, la filosofía política, el arte, el activismo o los estudios de comunicación; todo ello desde perspectivas de formato académico y no-académico.