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Commons In A Box (CBOX) takes the complexity out of creating an online space, or digital commons, for your community. CBOX’s free open-source software provides an infrastructure that encourages discussion, collaboration, and sharing.
SHEBANQ is an online environment for studying the Hebrew Bible. Scholarly editions of the Bible usually dedicate space to a critical apparatus and various kinds of annotations. SHEBANQ introduces the idea of annotating the text with queries. They show up next to the chapters where the results are.
DanteSources is a tool that allows users to retrieve information about Dante's primary sources. DanteSources allows users to visualize through tables and charts the list and the distribution of primary sources, authors and thematic areas cited by Dante in his works.
A project aimed at developing the software tools, skills, and knowledge base to allow humanities researchers to use visualisation - specifically on high-resolution displays powered by supercomputers – to perform novel research
A network of nearly 30,000 individuals -many of them iconic figures in British culture - connected through family relationships of blood, marriage, or affiliation. It is a vision of the nation’s history as a giant family affair.
The Virtual St Paul’s Cathedral Project enables users to experience worship and preaching at St Paul’s Cathedral and in Paul’s Churchyard as events that unfold over time and on particular occasions in London in the early seventeenth century.
Closer to Van Eyck was an interdisciplinary research project to assess the structural condition of the Ghent Altarpiece. The site contains high-resolution images and digital macrophotography of the piece. You may view the whole altarpiece in four different modes: digital macrophotography, digital macro infrared (IR photography, infrared reflectography (IRR), or X-radiography.
Data visualization mapping the relationships among artists represented in the MoMA exhibition Inventing Abstraction 1910-1925. Vectors connect individuals whose acquaintance with one another during these years could be documented.
The Mapping Gothic France project was initiated by Stephen Murray, Professor of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University and Andrew Tallon, Assistant Professor of Art at Vassar College and funded through the generosity of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The site contains floor plans, images, 360-degree panoramas, stereoscopic images, laserscan images, and gigapixel images of Gothic architecture in France.