Here is my photogrammetry midterm creating a model of a preaching Buddha from the British Museum. There were some technical issues, but I think I managed to solve them. Enjoy!
Embedding the map of squirrel census data in my WordPress website was easier than I thought it would be, but also presented a couple challenges. In general, I’ve always thought embedding was a difficult process, because it sounds difficult and… Continue Reading
For this assignment, I georectified a map of France. I have a limited experience with GIS, so I have done some georeferencing and some geocoding, meaning that this experience did not change my understanding at all, though this site was… Continue Reading
For this assignment, I looked at the Using Metadata to find Paul Revere project. Not only was this project a really interesting demonstration of the connections that can be made with metadata, but it was also written in a fun… Continue Reading
This is my new WordPress site, just for me! Please feel free to check it out, though I admit it is not very glamorous. I hope to add to the general presentation of the site with some photos to make… Continue Reading
For this project, I checked out the Virtual Angkor project, created by Monash University’s SensiLab. This project allows students and viewers alike to travel back in time to the sprawling city at the height of the Khmer empire. Viewers can… Continue Reading
“As opposed to meeting people where they are, where people of color, women, people with disabilities are already engaged in digital projects, there’s a making of room at an already established table.” “All the Digital Humanists Are White, All the… Continue Reading