This tutorial explains the following advanced topics in Neatline:
Add an image
- Make an item to contain your image(s)
- Uploading an image to Omeka
- Finding out the URL of your image
- Using your URL
Link image & timeline
- Turn on Timeline & Waypoints widgets
- Set up Timeline settings
- Link a record to the timeline
- On the timeline
- On the map
Overlay a plan on a building
- Live Trace your plan
- Export SVG of your plan
- Setting default location for your record
- Importing the SVG into Neatline
Shift attention from one location to another
In this Wired Workshop we’ll cover how to to extend your knowledge of the basic modeling techniques of Google Sketch-Up, allowing you to use researched material, photographs, site plans, & floor plans to reconstruct buildings that no longer exist or that you cannot measure. This is covered in the tutorial on Modeling From Photographs, Site & Floor Plans.
We will build on the knowledge gained in the Intro Tutorial, and go over texturing in further detail.
In this Wired Workshop you will learn the basics of Google Sketch-Up. We will start with the user interface and move through the most common tools while constructing the Historical Stagg Pavillion which can still be found on East Campus.
Files can be found here.
In this workshop, Sarah Goetz will cover how to present your Mapping & Modeling work. You’ll learn how to make fly-through videos of Google Sketch Up Models, interactive tours in Google Earth, and how to publish these on the web using WordPress.
In this workshop you will learn how to further your Google Earth skills by integrating ArcGIS data and make an audio guided tour.
In this workshop we will cover the basics of Mapping with Google Earth. You’lll learn how to place a Sketch-Up model in Google earth, add images, links, video, and annotations. In Part 2, you will learn how to integrate ArcGIS data and make an audio guided tour.
In this tutorial, you will learn the basics of using Google Earth, highlighting ways to plot locations of artifacts and their source materials.
Making A Tour
Diorite Tour File
This tutorial covers the use of the basic tools in Google SketchUp through the construction of a Pavilion on Duke’s East Campus.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how give a structure in SketchUp a geographical location.
In these two sessions we will practice authoring mulit-layered Google Maps and Google Earth projects in support of digital humanities projects. We will focus on placing Sketchup 3D models in maps, text and multimedia annotation, point and polygon overlays, data imports from GIS shapefiles, online tours, and web-based map publication.