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The Lives of Places & Things: International Joint Workshop

Members of Visualizing Venice, including Wired! Lab faculty and faculty and students from the University of Padua and Nanyang Technological University, are presenting their research methods and pedagogical practices in an international workshop held at the University of Padua November 20-21, 2017. November 20th will focus on the project “The Lives of Cities: Maritime Famagusta” […]

Open House: Projects, Courses, Pizza!

Are you wondering what Wired! is all about? Do you want to get involved in the Wired! Lab’s humanities research projects? Or maybe you’d like to find out what Wired! faculty are teaching next semester? Come hang out and learn more about the projects and courses Wired! offers; meet our new director, Paul Jaskot; and […]

Duke Receives NEH Grant for Virtual & Augmented Reality Summer Institute

Wired! is thrilled to be a co-sponsor of the Summer 2018/19 Institute for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities, HT-256969 Virtual and Augmented Reality for the Digital Humanities Institute (V/AR-DHI). V/AR-DHI consists of a two-week summer institute for up to 12 participants to take place in Summer 2018 and to be focused on the application of VR and AR […]

A Symposium on de’ Barbari’s Marvelous View of Venice

The symposium, “Stories about Venice and de’ Barbari’s Marvelous View of 1500,” will be held Thursday, October 12, and Friday, October 13, at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University in conjunction with the Nasher exhibition, “A Portrait of Venice: Jacopo de’Barbari’s View of 1500,” curated by Kristin L. Huffman, Instructor of Art History […]

Announcing the Visualizing Venice 2018 Summer Institute

The Wired! Lab and its Visualizing Venice collaborators are excited to announce a new Visualizing Venice Summer Institute: Advanced Topics in Digital Art History: 3D (Geo)Spatial Networks! This Getty Foundation supported workshop will support interdisciplinary teams focused on the hard questions of Digital Art History as a discipline, a set of methods, and a host […]

From Point Cloud to Projection Mapping: MA Student Ruby Hung’s Summer Research

In 2016, Ed Triplett gathered a group of photogrammetry-curious students, staff, and faculty to crowdsource a model of the interior of Duke’s newly renovated chapel. The project served as a training exercise for professionals and researchers seeking to learn photogrammetry techniques for both technical and humanistic endeavors–and in this 8 million point cloud model of Duke […]

A Portrait of Venice Opens at the Nasher Museum of Art

“A Portrait of Venice: Jacopo de’ Barbari’s View of 1500” opens at the Nasher Museum of Art September 7, 2017. Curated by Kristin L. Huffman, this exhibition is a research project that was developed in the Wired! Lab at Duke. The mural-sized first state woodcut print, on loan from the Minneapolis Institute of Art, is the gateway to a […]

Sta. Chiara Team in Barcelona

The Duke/Naples/Padua collaborative team was recently invited by the Paisajes spirituales research group at the University of Barcelona to present their digital reconstruction of the choir screen at the church of Santa Chiara in Naples.   At Santa Chiara, a convent church, the nuns were separated from the Franciscan community by a high wall penetrated by […]

A New Director for Wired!

The Wired! community is pleased to announce that Paul Jaskot is joining Duke as a Professor of Art History and Director of the Wired! Lab for digital art history & visual culture. Jaskot was previously Professor of the History of Art and Architecture and Director of Studio χ at DePaul University. He specializes in the […]