DataMe explores the use of Augmented Reality (AR) technology to visualize my personal Covid-19 data in 3D in a physical model of my apartment. Through immersive visuals and sound, participants can interact with the data and experience my personal Covid-19 story in a more engaging and impactful way than traditional 2D charts and graphs.
The data, which I collected over the course of a week, includes Covid-19 symptom data, spatial usage data, and sleep data.The data is displayed both in front of the audience and overlaid onto the apartment plan. The use of 3D animation enables the audience to see the data unfold day by day. By clicking on the buttons overlaid on different rooms in the apartment, related audio is triggered, allowing the audience to hear my personal Covid-19 story.
Through this project, I aim to experiment with new ways of visualizing data in 3D, while also encouraging individuals to appreciate the small things in life and make positive changes that can lead to improved health and well-being. By providing an interactive experience that enhances data through storytelling, DataMe has the potential to inspire new insights and perspectives on complex data and promote positive behavioral changes.