Ryan Romero is a system programmer for CARC. He is currently working on his computer science degree and getting his minor in Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media. Ryan has worked on three data visualization projects with Andrea Polli while attending the University of New Mexico. His first project was Atmosfeed, a project that utilizes Twitter feeds to detail the current weather pattern of cities across the globe. More information on this project can be found at atmosfeed.org/ Ryan then began working on the Particle Fall project. This project measures the air quality of the surrounding area and then displays this visually through a projected water fall. The work is hosted in downtown San Jose and runs real time data analysis for the city. More information can be found at particlefalls.org/ and a video presentation is located at vimeo.com/16336508 The current project that is being worked on is E-Oculus, a large scale data visualization of world-wide stock markets. The podcast here is an Interview with Ryan detailing the projects, their applications and some of the challenges he faced in their construction.

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