Tag Archives: Heritage Visualization

Raritan Landing 3D Prototype

Update – check out the final (prototype) version of Raritan 3D here.

The use of virtual world environments to represent historic sites is often referred to as heritage visualization. This includes virtual reconstructions of  archaeological sites and other past landscapes. These technologies are a central aspect of my research in Rosewood. Building on this experience, I am currently working with the Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission and the New Jersey Crossroads of the American Revolution to virtually reconstruct the site of Raritan Landing as it existed during the Revolutionary War.

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New Heritage & Social Justice Publications

I am happy to announce two new publications related to new heritage and the African American past, published during the academic year 2012-2013. These publications present some of my thoughts regarding the emerging theoretical and methodological intersections between new media technologies and African American history. Continue reading

Deviant Art & Heritage Visualization

My interest in data visualization centers on the use of geographic information systems (GIS) and 3D modeling. I am particularly interested in using these technologies and their related methodologies to explore the past. This includes a long-standing interest in issues of inequality and minority disenfranchisement. My interest in collaborative approaches to studying the past motivates my exploration of virtual technologies. My Deviant Art gallery includes past and ongoing projects.

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