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|Student name=Guus Rietbergen
 
|Student name=Guus Rietbergen
 
|Project start date=2014/01/10
 
|Project start date=2014/01/10
|Project end date=2014/07/10
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|Project end date=2014/07/30
 
|Supervisor=Paul Groth
 
|Supervisor=Paul Groth
|Finished=No
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|Second reader=Victor de Boer
|Thesis=Thesis.pdf
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|Thesis title=Controlling GUI elements with a DJ Deck
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|Finished=Yes
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|Thesis=MA_Thesis-Rietbergen-2014-final.pdf
 
|Poster=Posternaam.pdf
 
|Poster=Posternaam.pdf
 
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This project investigates the use of disc jockey (DJs) mixing boards as input device for data visualization
 
This project investigates the use of disc jockey (DJs) mixing boards as input device for data visualization
 
performances. A prototype system will be presented. We test the assumption that mixing boards can be used to create real-time data mixing performances. Followed by a user study to evaluate how the input device is being used by various user groups with differing amounts of experience with DJ decks or other physical interfaces. The gathered insights will be feeded back into the design of the prototype system.
 
performances. A prototype system will be presented. We test the assumption that mixing boards can be used to create real-time data mixing performances. Followed by a user study to evaluate how the input device is being used by various user groups with differing amounts of experience with DJ decks or other physical interfaces. The gathered insights will be feeded back into the design of the prototype system.
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Thesis Design Presentation: [[media:Master_Thesis_Design.pdf]]
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[https://wiki.cs.vu.nl/mp/images/8/8f/Control_GUI_elements_with_DJDeck-_Rietbergen.pdf Thesis Design]

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has title::Controlling GUI elements with a DJ Deck
status: finished
Master: project within::Information Sciences
Student name: student name::Guus Rietbergen
Dates
Start start date:=2014/01/10
End end date:=2014/07/30
Supervision
Supervisor: Paul Groth
Second reader: has second reader::Victor de Boer
Thesis: has thesis::Media:MA_Thesis-Rietbergen-2014-final.pdf
Poster: has poster::Media:Posternaam.pdf

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Abstract

This project investigates the use of disc jockey (DJs) mixing boards as input device for data visualization performances. A prototype system will be presented. We test the assumption that mixing boards can be used to create real-time data mixing performances. Followed by a user study to evaluate how the input device is being used by various user groups with differing amounts of experience with DJ decks or other physical interfaces. The gathered insights will be feeded back into the design of the prototype system.

Thesis Design Presentation: media:Master_Thesis_Design.pdf

Thesis Design