ᴜᴄʟᴀʙ is a visualization research group situated 
between design, computing, and the humanities.

New Complexity Recent projects, publications and activities

VIDAN_cover_02 Project

VIDAN

Visual and Dynamic Arrangements of Narratives

SoNAR (IDH) Project

SoNAR (IDH)

Interfaces to Data for Historical Social Network Analysis and Research

Reading Traces Prototype Screenshot 10 Project

Reading traces

Visualizing Fontane’s reference library

Invited talk

Katherine Hepworth (The Reynolds School of Journalism, University of Nevada): »Ethical Visualization: A Strategy for Dark Times« @ Campus FH Potsdam, Lecture Hall in Haus D, start at 4pm. Part of information​+​visualization public lecture series.

12 November 2019
Publication

Participatory Deep Maps: Towards Discursive User Engagement With Data Visualizations

  • Tobias Kauer
  • Benjamin Bach
  • Marian Dörk
— CityVis: 2nd Workshop on Urban Data Visualization at IEEE VIS, 2019
vikus viewer teaser 2 Project

VIKUS Viewer

Explore cultural collections along time, texture and themes

Competition

Vis for Future is an international competition calling for state-of-the-art visualizations that make sense of the climate crisis and inform the fight for climate justice.

20 Aug - 20 Sep 2019

Invited talk

Jeffrey Heer (University of Washington): »Raising the Bar (Chart): Enriching Visualization Tools with Design Knowledge« @ Campus FH Potsdam, Lecture Hall in Haus D, start at 4pm. Part of information​+​visualization public lecture series.

22 October 2019
Publication

Scalable Exploration. Prototype Study For The Visualization Of An Author’s Library On The Example Of ‘Theodor Fontane’s Library’.

  • Anna Busch
  • Mark-Jan Bludau
  • Viktoria Brüggemann
  • Kristina Genzel
  • Sabine Seifert
  • Peer Trilcke
— In Book of Abstracts of the Digital Humanities conference (DH) 2019: Complexities. Utrecht (The Netherlands), 2019
Publication

Relational Perspectives as Situated Visualizations of Art Collections

  • Mark-Jan Bludau
  • Marian Dörk
  • Frank Heidmann
— In Book of Abstracts of the Digital Humanities conference (DH) 2019: Complexities. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2019
SENSES-Preview-Small Project

SENSES

Climate Change Scenario Services

Invited talk

Hendrik Lehmann (Tagesspiegel Innovation Lab): »Empowering Journalism: Using sensors, data and visualization to provide citizens with actionable insights on urban spaces« @ Campus FH Potsdam, Lecture Hall in Haus D, start at 5:30pm. Part of information​+​visualization public lecture series.

29 October 2019
Publication

Narrelations — Visualizing Narrative Levels and their Correlations with Temporal Phenomena

  • Hannah Schwan
  • Janina Jacke
  • Rabea Kleymann
  • Jan-Erik Stange
  • Marian Dörk
— DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly. 13:3, 2019
Project

PKKB

Post-digital art practices in cultural education