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    Title: Study on Aesthetic Conversion Mode of Information Visualization
    Authors: LIN, JUNG-CHUN
    Contributors: 視覺傳達設計學系
    Keywords: information visualization;information aesthetics;lifestyle;data
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-09-15 14:23:54 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: In recent years, as the amount of information people have been receiving every day approaches inestimable, the information visualization design which could help users quickly discern an enormous amount of data has become an important subject. Therefore, the information visualization method with clear display capability is adopted as the main basis in this study to explore which spatial domains modern family members prefer to operate at home and the average amount of time they spend in various spatial domains. Periodic field activity change indicators were constructed and converted into presentation mode diagrams, which were supplemented with the concepts of "inflorescence", "branch", "section" and "sprawl" in biomimetic design. The result summarized by the presentation mode of information visualization was taken as the basis to be utilized in the overall vision, developing four visual presentation modes: "continuation", "highlight", "compliance" and "aggregation". The four visual presentation modes were in turn verified with cases to have produced different results due to different case characteristics. It was further discovered that the four visual presentation modes strongly displayed differences between characteristics and information. The four visual presentation modes established in this study will enable interior designers to quickly read the correlation between use preference, lifestyle and design requirement in order to provide more critical design information.
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