Modeling social form through 3D visualization of social intelligence

Slowly but surely I am making moves to build research networks that will support future grant applications. My working idea that I would like build research networks around is as follows: I’m interested in building a social modeling platform for researchers, Govt and industry stakeholders. The purpose is to model social information in order to identify social trends, polarisation and emergent forms of disruption from changing patterns of social organisation. The work focuses on building 3D interactive surfaces with a data visualization model constructed from archival, static and real-time social data streams. I’m using an environmental model of digital formations developing from my phd research to drive the analysis and shape the immersive 3D translations/transformation of social intelligence. Research themes include social cohesion, inclusion and change. This larger vision will need case studies from different perspectives. I am hoping to engage scholars across the social sciences, humanities, media and communication,  computer sciences and architecture who are interested in the possible applications of this idea within their own domains of research. So watch this space and do get in contact if you’re interested in seeing where this goes. I will be using my social media analysis of public discourse surrounding crypto currencies as an initial case study through which to test and build up an approach.