From our foreign correspondents in Boston

Here in Boston, we participated at the Art and Humanities Complex Networks satellite conference at the Northeastern University. We had the amazing opportunity to present the Map of the Future and to share with this remarkable audience the experience of creating a narrative approach for understanding complex systems. We got a lot of feedbacks and we discussed about the future of data and information visualization. It was a great day. We saw very interesting projects presented by other speakers, Fernanda Vi├ęgas and Martin Wattenberg, Michael Schober, Ward Shelley, David Crandall, Martin Warnke and Carmen Wedemeyer, Jane Prophet just to named some; we met Isabel Meirelles again after Siggraph09, we shared enthusiasm for visualization and humanities with Hyperstudio Executive Director Kurt Fendt, we finally met Noah Iliinsky in person after long time digital correspondence.

We want to thanks all the organizers in particular Maximilian Schich and all the people we had the pleasure to talk with.

Here the slides of the presentation.

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