Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
Data Storytelling Hub
Data collection is a daily practice in the 21st century but the stories behind the data are rarely unveiled. Data storytelling helps with interactive tools and narrative methods to show patterns that can help us make decisions.
People always find a way to share or to listen to an interesting story. A great example of this is the rose chart of Florence Nightingale, who created one of the first visualization that told a story.
The purpose of the hub is to strengthen not only basic methods but to experiment with new ones. Be it an interactive visualization or an XR environment, the aim is to create something that can help people understand the stories behind the data.
We were the first in the region to examine the role of design in the operation of companies.
Data is everywhere and making sense of it is becoming increasingly important. In this research, the focus is on how to involve non-experts in the data storytelling design process. The research aims to create new design tools for data storytelling, while also exploring ways to understand the effects and evaluate the experiences of different data storytelling strategies.
A research group at MOME Innovation Center, at the call of Albert-László Barabási, physicist and network researcher, have developed a joint project, in which a network drawing robot and an augmented reality (AR) application was presented.
Interdisciplinary research group focusing on tangible technology, dynamic surfaces, biomaterials, electronic textiles and soft robotics. They develop prototypes, research fabrication methodologies and create new materials.
Utilizing traditional ecological knowledge, state of the art technologies, and human ingenuity and intuition, we explore ways in which industry could do more with less, and serve not only the economy, but also ecologies.
In the Interaction and Immersion Hub we are looking at the design gaps of the Metaverse-like environments and we strive to create such prototypes that can have beneficial effect our mental health and also our daily life.
Developing and supporting practice based design research in order to seek opportunities for a more sustainable lifestyle and economy.