Table of contents for Thinking like Einstein : returning to our visual roots with the emerging revolution in computer information visualization / Thomas G. West.

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Foreword (by Gordon Cameron)
Introduction
Part 1 -- Visual Thinking
01. Forward into the Past: A Revival of Old Visual Talents
02. Thinking Like Einstein on the Hokule'a--Visual Thinking Through Time
03. Visual Thinkers and Nobel Prizes
04. Word Bound, The Power of Seeing
05. When the World Plague Was Stopped by a Digital Artist
06. Smashing Images
Part 2 -- Visual Technologies
07. Is Visualization No Longer a New New Thing?
08. Talking Less, Drawing More
09. Unintended, Unexpected Consequences
10. Artist Discoveries and Graphical Histories
11. Transforming Spheres -- In Three Parts
Part 3 -- Visual Brains
12. Make All Things Make Themselves
13. Enormous Eyes and Tiny Grasping Hands
14. Brain Drain, Reconsidering Spatial Ability
15. Knowing What You Don't Need to Know
Part 4 -- Visual People
16. Feynman Diagrams and Spreading Illusions
17. Missed Opportunities and Cheap Tools
18. James Clerk Maxwell, Working in Wet Clay
19. Digital Artist as Hero
20. Is a Visualization Language Possible?
21. Following the Gifts
22. Nikola Tesla, Thinking In Pictures
23. Seeing the Unseen
Appendicies
Notes
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Thought and thinking.
Visualization.
Information visualization -- Psychological aspects.