Below is a list of videos produced by the II group. Some of these files are very large, so you should likely only download if you have a fast internet connection.
Jigsaw, 2013. A video that illustrates Jigsaw being used to explore the 9-11 Commission Report. mov (45 MB)
CiteVis, 2013. Introduction to the CiteVis system for visually exploring citations among conference papers. mov (22 MB)
AquaViz, 2013. Overview of the AquaViz system that helps explore the compounds present in different sample of whale shark's blood, essentially a set operations problem. mov (11 MB)
Jigsaw, 2012. A video that illustrates Jigsaw being used to explore all the papers appearing at the IEEE InfoVis and VAST Conferences from 1995 to 2011. mov (18 MB)
Jigsaw, 2012. A video that illustrates Jigsaw being used to explore edmunds.com reviews of the 2009 Hyundai Genesis car. mov (8 MB)
Ploceus, 2011. Overview of the Ploceus system that allows analysts to model and visualize tabular data (spreadsheet, database) as node-link networks or graphs. A paper about the system appeared at VAST '11. mov (51 MB)
Jigsaw, 2011. A video that illustrates Jigsaw being used to explore a collection of over 6000 Robert Parker reviews of wines from Tuscany, Italy. mov (35 MB)
Jigsaw, 2011. A video that illustrates Jigsaw being used to explore papers from the ACM CHI Conference. mp4 (46 MB)
Jigsaw, 2010. A video that illustrates Jigsaw being used in a genomics scenario, to investigate how particular genes are discussed in different academic papers found in PubMed. (Flash)
Jigsaw, 2009. A tutorial-style video that shows a number of short segments about the different views in Jigsaw. Useful for learning more about how the system works. mov (11 MB)
Jigsaw, 2007. Introduction to the Jigsaw visual analytic system that provides multiple views of text document collections and the entities within. Provides aid to investigative analysts exploring a report collection to uncover hidden themes and plots. wmv (20 MB), mov (32 MB)
BlueGoo, 2007. Overview of the BlueGoo system that presents news headlines through animated collages of images and text, ideally useful as a peripheral display. qt (13 MB).
Dust & Magnet, 2005. InfoVis via a magnet metaphor where magnets represent attributes and attract dust representing data cases. qt (49 MB).
InfoCanvas, 2004. Overview of the InfoCanvas system for fostering peripheral information awareness through "information art". mpg (74 MB).
FundExplorer, 2003. System for helping investors with mutual fund portfolio planning and diversification. Uses context treemap technique. mpg (92 MB).
SunBurst, 2000. The SunBurst system for visualizing hierarchies using a radial, space-filling technique. Also shows three animated techniques for focusing on small items. mpg (40 MB).