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robby schaeperkoetter smith (M, 38)
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    KRHartwig     Fri, Apr 1, 2011  Permanent link
    VRAY? what is this a model of?
    r.schaeperkoetter s     Fri, Apr 1, 2011  Permanent link
    its part of a case study project i did called veritatem imitari... i had a anthropological dataset that i pulled the mode measurements from each category to have a numerical "common physical human being" from there i took every precaution to NOT interpret the data but translate it into different digital forms... its like a map or graph of how a computer comprises the human data into a physical form...

    thanks for the interest...

    "Veritatem Imitari serves as an experiment in the differences and benefits of dissection and abstraction when pertaining to human biological numerical data, and
    In this case, it’s relevance to designing for human based information tools. Specifically encouraging the relevant mindset of designers to be “information curators”
    Relying less on interpretation of data and information, but more specifically on translation.
    this project is most simply a “spectrum” of data dissection with the objective of seeing what happens to numerical data as the computer “translates” our basic
    human anthropological data back into a physical form. Noting potential relevancies to user interface design throughout the process."
    r.schaeperkoetter s     Thu, Apr 7, 2011  Permanent link
    i did this a year or two ago when i was a student. it was in carolina trigo's class. she is amazing...just saying.