The Map of the Wireless Network

The Map of the Wireless Network

The Map of the Wireless Network is a visualization that depicts a wireless network as a system with an organic movement. The network's access points are colored nodes. Each line is a uni-directional spring that connects two nodes and groups all transitions occurred between them. A user is a small gray circle that moves around the node he is actually connected to.

Displayed data: University of Coimbra, Portugal, academic year 2010-2011.
Full info: http://fmachado.dei.uc.pt/sandbox/flows
The video showing the interactive application: https://vimeo.com/72999453
The temporal flow of users: https://vimeo.com/72561076

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Posted Oct 2, 2013
 
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Tags #bdw14, flow, Force-based, network, Processing, Science, Users, wireless
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