1. Because they have had no training about near death experience (NDE), doctors and nurses sometimes do not understand how to treat patients who have had NDEs. Sponsored by the International Association of Near Death Studies and created by Roberta Moore and Blue Marble Films, this short video promotes the making of an NDE Medical Training Video package, which will include a video, a PowerPoint, brochures, and other training materials. This video features interviews with medical professionals including Diane Corcoran, R.N., Ph.D., President of IANDS; Dr. Laurin Bellg, a critical care physician; Dr. Eben Alexander, a neurosurgeon; and Dr. Bruce Greyson, a psychiatrist and NDE researcher. This presentation also explains how you can help make the NDE Medical Training Video package a reality by donating at WWW.IANDS.org/video

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  2. Designed and Developed by Jinha Lee
    with Alex Olwal, Hiroshi Ishii, Cati Boulanger.
    Microsoft Applied Sciences Group, MIT Media Lab
    Assistant in Development: Akimitsu Hogge, John Weiss

    The part of design and framework of the Spacetop was formerly presented as See Through 3D Desktop through Microsoft TechForum 2012. On top of its precursor, SpaceTop adds new concepts and applications such as shadow touchpad / CAD, writing, photo editing

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  3. What if materials could defy gravity, so that we could leave them suspended in mid-air and freely control them? ZeroN is a physical and digital interaction element that floats and moves in space by computer-controlled magnetic levitation. Both the computer and people can move the ZeroN in the 3D space..

    Jinha Lee, Rehmi Post, and Hiroshi Ishii
    published at UIST 2011.
    Jinha Lee, Rehmi Post, and Hiroshi Ishii. 2011. ZeroN: mid-air tangible interaction enabled by computer controlled magnetic levitation. In Proceedings of the 24th annual ACM UIST '11. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 327-336.

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  4. This is an animated explainer video, made to be an introduction to show what visual thinking is, showing examples of types of visual thinking, benefits of visual thinking and promoting visual thinking communities.

    Think Visually!

    Written and produced by Jeff Bennett, Digital Splash Media, DigitalSplashMedia.com
    Motion graphics and animation by Jeff Bennett, Digital Splash Media, DigitalSplashMedia.com
    Licensed under Creative Commons License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/
    Download the video to show at your VizThink group or to promote visual thinking at any event or meeting

    Music: "Home Tonight" - DoKashiteru, Creative Commons License, ccmixter.org/files/DoKashiteru/15611

    Examples and Graphics Sources
    Graphic Recording example courtesy Sunni Brown, sunnibrown.com
    Data Visualization example courtesy GapMinder, gapminder.org/downloads/gapminder-world-map/
    Sketchnotes example courtesy Mike Rohde, rohdesign.com/
    Sketchnotes example courtesy Eva-Lotta Lamm, evalotta.net/
    Diagram example Karen Bennett
    Infographics example - Density Design via Visualizing.org Creative Commons License
    Information Design example - infographica animata via Visualizing.org Creative Commons License
    VizThink logo courtesy VizThink
    Light bulb pictogram Olivier Guin, from The Noun Project
    Thought Bubble pictogram Alex Bakker from The Noun Project
    VizThink NYC photos courtesy Steve Cherches
    Other assorted visual thinking examples via Visualizing.org Creative Commons License

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