Data walking, 2016
David Hunter is a Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design at Ravensbourne.
He is a multidisciplinary designer and programmer, creating interactive experiences for spaces and screens, and using data-driven computational design processes. David enjoys working on projects from concept initiation, research, through to final outcome creation, for clients and in collaboration with others. Find out more about David’s work on his websites: davidhunterdesign.com and datawalking.com
David Hunter’s Data Walking research project aims to collect environmental data while walking around North Greenwich, to build a rich picture of that area over time. Data gathering devices include sensors on micro controllers, smart phones, and recorded notes. This data is then used to create maps, charts, data experiences, or artistic works by participants to represent the area and the process of the project.
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Cover image: Hunter, David (2016) Data Walking
Figs. 1-23: Hunter, David (2016) Data Walking