Posted: March 10, 2011 Filed under: Links | Tags: linguistics, ted talks, visualization
Wow. This is the one to watch today if you are at all interested in data visualization.
MIT researcher Deb Roy bigbrotherized his home with cameras in every room and studied how his son learn his first words. Among other things his able to show how his sons “gaga” transformed into “water” and by tracking movement we learn in what context new words are taught.