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    Visualized arguments: or how to pierce the persuasive visualization and other arguments

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2008)

    London, UK, 22 - 24 July


    Rachel Hann


    This paper will present an argument towards establishing the act of threedimensional visualisation as a valid research methodology. An argument that is supported with evidence drawn from my own practical endeavours into the problem of accessibility and the 'persuasive visualisation'. This paper also documents the unique properties of the virtual material, focusing on its infinite malleability, in support of a secondary argument for the act of visualisation as a potential vehicle for discovery. The aforementioned evidence is drawn from a study on unrealised Utopian theatre architecture of the 1920's and 1930's.


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