Creative Data: special issue of leonardo electronic almanac

–The *Creative Data* special issue of *Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)* features papers and artworks that deal with the emerging practice of data visualization as an immersive experience. Data has long been the property and domain of screen-based collection, archiving, processing and interaction. The emergence of new processes, functionality and ways of interacting with information is opening up several new areas of great possibility in which the data allows newfound thematic and engaging forms of immersion, as well as innovative and perception-reshaping interaction. Guest edited by Jack Ox, Jeremy Hight and Erik Champion.

Jack Ox, Jeremy Hight, and Erik Champion, Creative Data: Visualisation, Augmentation, Telepresence and

Trish Adams, “Machina Carnis”

Joe Faith, “Interactive Data Exploration with Targeted Projection Pursuit”

Joanna Griffin, “Satellite Stories: Immersion in the Large-Scale Projection
of Google Earth and Public

Cindy Keefer, “‘Raumlichtmusik’ – Early 20th Century Abstract Cinema Immersive Environments”

Carol LaFayette, “Atta, Palindrome”

Luther Thie, “LA Interchange: A Real-Time

Klaus Wassermann, “lifeClipper – Commonality in

Ruth West, et al., “Algorithmic Object as Natural Specimen: Meta Shape
Grammar Objects from Atlas in