IRC Digital Image Lab Series: Mapping 2019-2020

Event Date: 

Friday, October 11, 2019 - 1:30pm to 4:30pm

Event Date Details: 

Software and media details forthcoming

Event Location: 

  • Image Resource Center
  • Digital Image Lab (Arts 1245)

Event Price: 

Free admission

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Screen shot from the Virtual Gallery accompanying the project, "Transitions: From the Old Order to the New 1890-1930"

3D Visualization for the Humanities: Building a Virtual Gallery

Andrew Maurer (The Imaging Center, Smith College)

Please join the History of Art & Architecture's Image Resource Center for the first events in their 2019-2020 Digital Image Lab (DIL) series, Mapping. This ongoing series offers workshops and roundtables to explore and discuss mapping in a broad sense, including data visualization, map creation, digital recreation, as well as provide mapping tools and resources.

This is the second of two workshops given by Andrew Maurer, the Interactive Media Coordinator for The Imaging Center at Smith College. In this workshop, Andrew will guide participants, using free tools, in creating a immersive 3D virtual gallery space that can present and tell stories about objects and places not possible in physical space. A virtual gallery from a larger-scale project created with the Smith College Imaging Center, Transitions: From the Old Order to the New 1890-1930 , will also be presented with practical tips and considerations for planning and implementing similar projects.

Click here for the morning workshop details.