How does spatial information influence the behaviour of a machine and why is it essential for humans to understand this process?
Due to fast technological developments, the knowledge gap between users and developers continues to grow. However, to stimulate an inclusive debate about ethical rules for the usage of machinery and its consequences on everyone's life, it is crucial to understand how machines work. To that goal, this thesis illustrates the interface between machine perception and human visual understanding. Through experiments in the fields of spatial computing, data processing, and information embodiment, a compilation of hardware and software was created to translate machine perception into visualisations. The project offers a model for other designers who also endeavour to generate awareness for this important topic.