1. Art Forest was created for Cram at the HAM on May 8, 2019. It was staged in the Materials Lab.

    Data from the Harvard Art Museums APIs (hvrd.art/api)
    Built with p5.js, socket.io on Node.js.
    The code is at github.com/jeffsteward/HAM-forest.

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  2. Art Forest was created for Cram at the HAM on May 8, 2019. It was staged in the Materials Lab.

    Data from the Harvard Art Museums APIs (hvrd.art/api)
    Built with p5.js, socket.io on Node.js.
    The code is at github.com/jeffsteward/HAM-forest.

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  3. IIIF: iiif.io/
    Mirador: projectmirador.org/

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  4. IIIF: iiif.io/

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  5. This is a demonstration of the integration of Mirador as a book viewer in the Harvard Art Museums publishing platform.

    IIIF: iiif.io/
    Mirador: projectmirador.org/

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This channel contains raw, unedited experiments in data visualization and new modes of user interaction conducted by the Harvard Art Museums' department of Digital Infrastructure and Emerging Technology. These videos are here as a way to share the experimentation…


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This channel contains raw, unedited experiments in data visualization and new modes of user interaction conducted by the Harvard Art Museums' department of Digital Infrastructure and Emerging Technology. These videos are here as a way to share the experimentation that takes place within the department as it strives to achieve its mission of "doing good things with interesting data."

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