1. Volumetric Cinema


    from Kevin L. Ferguson Added

    “Volumetric Cinema” demonstrates the possibilities for “looking at film sideways,” taking the film scene as an object not just of two spatial dimensions rushing past in time,…

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    • The Hawaiian Star


      from Cyrus Kiani Added 24.1K 40 1

      The Hawaiian star. : (Honolulu [Oahu]) 1893-1912 Place of publication: Honolulu [Oahu] Hawaiian Star Newspaper Association Mar. 28, 1893-June 29, 1912. Frequency: Daily (except Sunday) Language:English sn…

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      • Scalar Platform — Trailer


        from MA+P @ USC Added

        Scalar is a new authoring and publishing platform now in development from the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture that’s designed to make it easy for authors to write long-form, born-digital,…

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        • Documentary: "Hildegard of Bingen: Authorship and Stylometry" [HD]


          from Mike Kestemont Added 5,253 19 4

          HD documentary, first shown 18 July 2013 @ Digital Humanities 2013 (#dh2013) -- in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA (http://dh2013.unl.edu/abstracts/ab-126.html). The documentary based on the scientific article:…

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          • Has Anyone Seen a Woman?


            from Bestqualitycrab Added

            Deb Verhoeven on the "parade of patriarchs" at the DH2015 conference You can find a printable transcript (perfect for your office door) here: http://figshare.com/articles/Be_More_Than_Binary/1529347

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            • Mapping the Republic of Letters - Teaser Video


              from Humanities + Design Added 9,530 11 0

              This video features Professors Giovanna Ceserani, Dan Edelstein, Paula Findlen, and Caroline Winterer as they discuss the advantages of visualization and their experience with "Mapping the Republic…

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              • Eyeo 2016 – Paolo Ciuccarelli


                from Eyeo Festival // INSTINT Added

                The Poetics of Data Experiences (and How to Teach it) – Designing data experiences is about transformation and language. In this talk, Paolo explores through projects and experiments the rhetorical…

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                • Skipping ROPE with AUDIO COMMENTARY


                  from Catherine Grant Added 479 8 0

                  A remix of the video Skipping ROPE (Through Hitchcock's Joins) [https://vimeo.com/41195578] made for the inaugural issue of FRAMES CINEMA JOURNAL on 'Film and Moving Images Studies Re-Born…

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                  • Waves (Response to a Blog Post)


                    from Daniel Anderson Added 766 7 0

                    This is my response to the blog posting, The Digital Humanities and the Transcending of Mortality. See the mantra: you don't study digital composing, you perform it.

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                    • DH in the Anthropocene


                      from Bethany Nowviskie Added 408 7 0

                      Slides and audio from my Digital Humanities 2014 keynote talk: dh2014.org/program/keynotes/ A full transcript is available on my blog: nowviskie.org/2014/anthropocene/

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