Date(s) - 23/09/2020
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Virtual meeting via Zoom
The first CREATE Salon that takes place since the Covid-outbreak will centre around the question how digital three-dimensional visualisations can help us solve historical questions. Researchers working in two historical 3D projects carried out at the University of Amsterdam will present and discuss their work: The Freedom of the Streets and Virtual Interiors.
Gamze Saygi will present and discuss her historical 3D project within the Freedom of the Streets project.
From the Virtual Interiors project Weixuan Li explains how she uses a spatial typology of house interiors to investigate practices of early modern art trade; Chiara Piccoli demonstrates the 3D model she is designing of an early modern Amsterdam residential building and Hugo Huurdeman discusses the issue of how to develop efficient 3D interfaces for researchers to navigate spatial information.
CREATE director Julia Noordegraaf will provide an introduction and chair the session.
THE SALON WILL TAKE PLACE VIA ZOOM: PLEASE REGISTER BY FILLING OUT THIS FORM: https://forms.gle/cd69w7UTmE3r4UYr9.