Victoria Szabo, Justin Underhill and Benjamin Zweig want to visualize the interactions at the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington. As the memorial is not “monumental”, there are no stereotypic, but rather a great variety of photos. Using different tools, they intend to visualize in which ways people experience the object. By looking at photos of the War Memorial they want to find out where people take photos and what kind of photos they take. For that, they use images from flickr as well as the flickr API. Microsoft Cognitive Services can be used for further analysis of the images.

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