Critical Visualization Studies
For the first Get Wired @ Lunch discussion, Mark would like to explore the implications of recent critical work in visual and media studies on our modeling and mapping endeavors. His hope is that we can begin a sustained dialogue about the (hopefully productive) tensions between critical work in visual studies and our practices of historical geospatial visualization. He’s selected two essays from a recent issue of Visual Studies to serve as a launching point for our discussion: The algorithmic turn: photosynth, augmented reality and the changing implications of the image by William Uricchio Geomedia: on location-based media, the changing…
Visualizing Venice Wired! Workshop
This first workshop, offered by the Wired! Lab with support from Duke University’s Department of Art, Art Hiostry & Visual Studies and the Visual Studies Initiative, focused on digital visualization technology for Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, and Urbanism. The workshop was open to faculty, staff, and graduate students. Schedule: Monday, June 7 Welcome & Overview, Introduction and Goals Introduction to 3D Modeling: Google SketchUp Tuesday, June 8 Data-driven Web Applications Wednesday, June 9 Contextual Mapping and Geo-Spatial Representation GPS-tagged images and KML in Google Maps and Google Earth Thursday, June 10 Geo-Spatial Historical Visualization Friday, June 11 Object Capture: Digital…
The Cathedral in the DiVE: Animating Medieval Architecture
In 2007-2008, Duke senior Charles Sparkman created a 3D model of an imaginary French medieval cathedral for a Visual Studies Fellowship. As Sparkman explains in the video below, he began developing the project first in Caroline Bruzelius’ Gothic Cathedrals course. After his model was completed, it was animated with the help of Rachel Brady and presented in the DiVE in the summer of 2008. Projects like Charles Sparkman’s contributed to inspiration for creating the Wired! Lab.