data visualization

Between The Lines

This project is about looking at personal identity as a data source. The most obvious source of that is the clothes that we are wearing. The system is based on the color components of your clothes. The darker the clothes you are wearing the slower the melody is and the more colorful your clothes are the more complex the melody is. The system reads from bottom to top and determines these values once in every cycle while transforming your color components on the projected screen.

Beat Your Mouse Movement aka BYMM

BYMM strives to balance the growing hours spent in front of computer screens by offering a playful solution that motivates people to walk in order to get more exercise and become more conscious about their health and city environment. It consists of two gadgets. One of them is a web/desktop application that tracks use of a mouse, while the other one counts steps. Individuals can playfully compete between their online and IRL selves, and win by walking more than mousing.

Datamining in Hungarian P2P networks

No comprehensive study has been made on p2p networks in
Hungary so far. Our research aims at tracing down what can be
downloaded from the local file sharing networks and why, as well as,
determining consumption and behavioural patterns. We would like to show that the demand on p2p networks is great enough to deserve attention.


There are vast amounts of unstructured data on the web that is hardly understandable for people and machines. Useful information can be obtained with data mining methods from these datasets, and visualization tools can make it easier to discover new relations. In this project, we are trying to visualize celebrities appearing on a Hungarian news portal.

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