Gantt Charts

A Gantt chart is a type of bar chart, developed by Henry Gantt, that illustrates a project schedule. Gantt charts illustrate the start and finish dates of the terminal elements and summary elements of a project. Terminal elements and summary elements comprise the work breakdown structure of the project. Gantt charts have become a common … Continue reading


6 POVs presentation (aka playing with Prezi)

I made this as a way of familiarizing myself with Prezi. But in all seriousness, I think we (I) should make 1 or more of this kind of thing as visual aids to go along with explanations of what the show is and how it works — especially as we’re adding more and more collaborators … Continue reading

Free stock charts — Provides performance data for individual stocks or whole exchanges, lots of different graphical display options. The latter might be good for us, just in terms of giving some guides for how we can display our own market’s information to the audience?  

The CHX website design

Clean, simple.  Evocative of newspaper stock tables, international airports, and the periodic table.  Primal information.

First big meeting—18 Oct 2011: video

In attendance: David Kristin Video Closed-circuit video feeds! TRAILERS or ADVERTISING during T rounds one for each performance (possibly) could have cc video feeds of each performance during R? for audience who don’t / can’t buy tickets or want a different way of watching the performance maybe make it intentionally bad, or grainy, B&W etc? … Continue reading

Thoughts on final reversal / mirror to audience moment

What about mapping the density of audience surrounding a show with a graph that would show the rise and fall in the play market? It could be done very visually. Almost like the Minard map of Napoleon’s army’s march to Moscow and back but more interactive?