Category Archives: Visualization

The Importance of Uncertainty: VR Reconstructions of Ancient Buildings

John Sigmier, Ph.D. student at Pennsylvania University, gives us an insight into an ongoing project to display 3D models of Etruscan temples in the Penn University Museum! Though not quite the Ancient Near East, this is a really interesting project

The Importance of Uncertainty: VR Reconstructions of Ancient Buildings

John Sigmier, Ph.D. student at Pennsylvania University, gives us an insight into an ongoing project to display 3D models of Etruscan temples in the Penn University Museum! Though not quite the Ancient Near East, this is a really interesting project

Making online interactive maps with Leaflet (Part 1)

If you study or teach humanities and social sciences and are interested in digital tools, you have probably heard of abbreviation: GIS. GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems and refers to data storage, manipulation and management tools that focuses on

Making online interactive maps with Leaflet (Part 1)

If you study or teach humanities and social sciences and are interested in digital tools, you have probably heard of abbreviation: GIS. GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems and refers to data storage, manipulation and management tools that focuses on

Scholarship in 3D: 3D scanning and printing at ASOR 2018

I recently attended the 2018 ASOR conference (one of the main conferences for my field in the United States), and was absolutely thrilled to see on the conference schedule no less than four sessions devoted to digital technology – either

Scholarship in 3D: 3D scanning and printing at ASOR 2018

I recently attended the 2018 ASOR conference (one of the main conferences for my field in the United States), and was absolutely thrilled to see on the conference schedule no less than four sessions devoted to digital technology – either

Using graphic design software to unravel ancient mysteries

In a little article I recently published, I show how modern graphic design software can be used to analyze symbols from medieval texts. The article is available here in PDF, and can also be accessed on the magazine’s website. The

Using graphic design software to unravel ancient mysteries

In a little article I recently published, I show how modern graphic design software can be used to analyze symbols from medieval texts. The article is available here in PDF, and can also be accessed on the magazine’s website. The

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Mapping Digitized Manuscript Collections

Among the first-generation digitization projects in the humanities is disclosing manuscripts. Disclosing those disclosures is a natural follow-up. One way to do it is to simply plunk down a list on a weblog, such as http://amirmideast.blogspot.com/2010/12/alphabetical-list-of-open-access_10.html A more visual approach is taken

Online Resources

Mapping Digitized Manuscript Collections

Among the first-generation digitization projects in the humanities is disclosing manuscripts. Disclosing those disclosures is a natural follow-up. One way to do it is to simply plunk down a list on a weblog, such as http://amirmideast.blogspot.com/2010/12/alphabetical-list-of-open-access_10.html A more visual approach is taken