SD I DM I | Science of Design I Design Methodology I _ part II
Course | interactive scripts & lectures
This course will explore basics phenomena of visualisation such are mental image, flow visualisation, geo-visualisation, illustration, information graphics, information visualisation, interactive visualisation (virtual reality), music visualisation, visualisation (graphics) from cave painting, hieroglyphs, geometry and revolutionary methods of technical drawing for engineering and scientific purposes. This exploration will be done in order of well differentiation. Terms image and picture and physical modelling will be also explored and experiments on this subject will be exhibit.
SD I DM I part II _
see & look
Guided student's research according to D. Batista’s interactive lecture /script for students with title See & look; Definition of see, Definition of look, definition of visualisation, visible, vivid, Jacques Bertin’s, Semiology of Graphics: Diagrams, Networks, Maps, Human vision or see process, Light stimulus and the eye retina, Light sense and vision, Visual awareness, Spatial orientation and the visual field, projection, Equirectangular projection, Cassini projection, Projective geometry, Descriptive geometry, Drawing projections, Definition of orthographic projection, Definition of isometric projection, Definition of perspective projection, See & look through lenses of inventions in art, design and architecture, The photograph by Joseph Nicephore Niepce, Resolution contrast technique by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, The colour photograph by physicist James Clerk Maxwell, Multiple subject painting by Édouard Manet, Chromolithograph prints by Jules Chéret, etc.
SD I DM I part II_
observe & exhibit
Guided student's research according to D. Batista’s interactive lecture /script for students with title Observe & exhibit; Definition of observe, Definition of exhibit, Image, imagine, imaginary, imaginative, imagination …
Picture, picturesque, Mental image / metal picture, The mind's eye, mental imagery by psychologists such as McKellar (1957), Richardson (1969), and Finke (1989), Behaviourist psychologists, mental rotation, The Ponzo Illusion and the Müller-Lyer Illusion, Copperfield’s Illusion or altered perception, Flow visualisation NASA, Volume of fluid method, Computational fluid dynamics CFD, Flow visualisation in photography by Heinrich Heidersberger, Heinrich Heidersberger’s rhythmograph and rythmograms, Wind tunnels NASA, Observational Experiments, climatology, Cymatics, Visualised sound - Chladni figures, Geovisualisation, Jacques Bertin’s Visual variables, Information graphics, information visualisation, illustration, Interactive visualisation (virtual reality), etc.