"Objects, Buildings, and Cultural Spaces: Archival Sources, Digital Visualization and Intellectual Problems at the Wired Lab"
In a series of lightning talks, Wired faculty will present their research projects and the digital methods they have been using for their analysis. In the spirit of intellectual collaboration, we will approach these diverse art historical projects from the overlapping question of scale: the scale of the physical object(s) of analysis but also the scale of the data. In addition, we will discuss how the particular research question has raised the need for specific computational methods, including GIS, 3D modeling, viewshed analysis, Augmented Reality, and others.
Rendez-Vous takes place in Classroom A266 Bay 10 on the second floor of Smith Warehouse. Free and open to the public. Cava, beer, sparkling water, and snacks will be served.
Contact: David Massung