A professional shot of the desk, just before opening
Here are some very informal notes about Mind'Space, an information visualization project
commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art. It was installed February 8 and
ran throught April 22, 2001.
My inexpert snapshot of hoards of people at the opening
There’s a bare minimum of information here.
E-mail me if you would
like more. The most detailed source of information about the project
here is this two-page overview.
If you’re more interested in the interaction design techniques and philosophy,
here's an excerpt of what I said about it at InfoVis 03.
But here's MoMA’s press release
and my initial note to my friends about it.
An applet version of what’s running on the desktop.
Warning: works best with a 1280x1024 screen; tested only on Windows 2000 and later, MSIE.
Here's a screen capture if you don’t want to run the applet.
Thanks to Karen Holland and Ken Sattersfield of Avocent for providing
touchscreens to let the public interact with the exhibit.
It’s been a pleasure working with everyone on the project; it was one
of those rare collaborations where each person involved was
exceptional at what they did.
Here are the names of the people I directly
worked with, I’m sure many others put in the same
talent and effort:
At (and associated with) Haworth:
At Studios Architecture:
At Clockwork Apple:
(for Tiny XML)
Greg Makhov (at LSDI)