Also known as “Three Channel OmniChromatic Analysis”, these images are the result of the first process of data visualization I created. I really had no idea what I was doing, and no preconceived expectations. I figured out a way to assign the data to RGB colors, circle sizes and positions, and pressed “Make”. When I saw the first result appear (on right), it was as if it had come about by magic – this was created by a 79 year old woman’s dream in 1994!
Also known as “Recoordinated Electroencephelographs” because that is just what they do. They re-coordinate EEG data by associating two different channels with each other rather than with the time value that usually runs along the X axis. So time is not represented in these drawings at all, just two sets of EEG data joined by some rather elegant Bezier curves.
Also known as “Five Minute Oneironodes on Bisecting Threshold Horizon Disks”. These things are pretty nifty. They present EEG and EOG data as overlapping spheres in a three-dimensional space, along with a radiant disk running along the zero point of the horizontal axis. The structure can be viewed from any angle using 3D image processing software, and I usually select three views from each dream-form, based entirely on what I find most interesting.