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Wanderlust: 3D Impressionism in Human Journeys

by   Guangyu Du, et al.

The movements of individuals are fundamental to building and maintaining social connections. This pictorial presents Wanderlust, an experimental three-dimensional data visualization on the universal visitation pattern revealed from large-scale mobile phone tracking data. It explores ways of visualizing recurrent flows and the attractive places they implied. Inspired by the 19th-century art movement Impressionism, we develop a multi-layered effect, an impression, of mountains emerging from consolidated flows, to capture the essence of human journeys and urban spatial structure.


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