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Information Visualization

Is it possible to touch, feel, see, hear and perceive information that relates to the world of books?
Explore this emerging visual world:

For those who are new to the world of visualizations, the following book may be of help:
Relativity Visualized, by Lewis C. Epstein Insight Press (San Francisco, CA) (1985). Read reviews at Amazon.com

Also read a note on "Intelligent Library for Science and Technology" http://itt.nissat.tripod.com/itt9802/news9802.htm
Course: Alternative Cataloging / Information Visualization

see also:
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