Tue, 31 Jul 2018

The Namesake (by Jhumpa Lahiri) - Book review

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Being an Indian who moved to Boston for my post graduation, it was a lot to learn. Even after 3 years of living here, I am not done learning about lifestyle in America. I understand and relate to so many of the things in this book.

Fri, 8 Jun 2018

Enabling sleep analysis


A project about visualising health data while people sleep. I visualised data for the user whose data is being monitored and for the person who is coaching the user for healthy sleep habits. It is a very interesting project with huge amount of data that can help individuals.

Wed, 6 Jun 2018

Can we ever?


A short story describing chaotic nature of our life, and how we try to organise it. Chaos is the law of nature; order is the dream of man.

Fri, 20 Apr 2018

In the afterlife


In the afterlife, you don’t really exist. Your soul, so to say, exists. But it is still looking for the purpose. The life-long question of ‘Who am I?’ is still not answered. However, a different question ‘Does God exist?’ or ‘What is God like?’ is answered. Surprisingly for the soul it is not…

Thur, 15 Mar 2018

Data Visualisation is an abstraction


Beers and Burrows define data visualisation as visual representation of data and datasets which communicate precise information and values[1]. In that sense, anything that does not lead to precise information and values in the dataset is not a data visualisation…

Wed, 10 Jan 2018

Visual parameter mapping in Data Visualisation


Since the first ever data visualisation, we as humans have been trying to map data to visual features of different kinds of shapes. The use of shapes have evolved over the centuries, and so have the methods to collect data. The data is/are becoming more complex with every passing hour. The raw data from innumerable sources — satellites, telescopes, marine sensors, GPS in our phones, security systems, economics, crime, refugee crises...

Fri, 10 Nov 2017

Preamble of today's needs


But even while Rome is burning, There’s somehow time for shopping, at IKEA…

Sat, 7 Oct 2017

Art of the march


An archive of the posters that people carried and displayed at March for Women in Boston in 2016.

Fri, 29 Sep 2017

Where are we taking Liberty?


With the end of World War II, the empires of colonial era started to break, giving rise to a lot of sovereign states liberating the residents of the planet. But those states were divided in different ways keeping the conflicts alive. These conflicts gave rise to modern day warfare, arguably even worse for the people living in conflict zones, making sure that liberty stays unequally/unfairly distributed...

Wed, 7 Jun 2017

Story of swords of Middle-earth


A visual representation of swords in the fictional universe created by JRR Tolkien

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