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eco-vis

Copyright (C) 2010-2011 Stephen Makonin and contributors. All rights reserved.

License

This project is here by released under the COMMON DEVELOPMENT AND DISTRIBUTION LICENSE (CDDL).

Introduction

The eco-vis project is a number of graphic canvases with a common framework to visualize consumption data. This area of research is usually labelled as informative displays, ambient displays, and/or eco-feedback.

For more infomation on this project read the ecovis_paper.pdf file in this project's dirtectory. The most up-to-date source code can always be found on GitHub at: https://github.com/smakonin/eco-vis/.

To add canvases and/or to compile EoC you need to have a Processing 1.5.1 installed on your computer. You can download Proccesing from: http://processing.org/.

If you use eco-vis for All (or most) of these canvases have been optimozed for 1920x1200 (16:10, fullscreen) displays.

Citations

If you make use of this project for your research please cite the following refernce:

  • Stephen Makonin, Maryam H Kashani and Lyn Bartram, "The Affect of Lifestyle Factors on Eco-Visualization Design," in Computer Graphics International (CGI) 2012.

Last Word

Have fun!

Contributions are welcome...

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