Imagination, Interiors, and User Interfaces (Spatial Turn Series)

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Designers, writers, and developers have the challenge of finding the right balance of interaction among sources, interface, and user, and “virtual tours” are no different. My favorite digital humanities projects are those that get this balance right. They draw me in and allow my imagination to go anywhere. By looking at three examples of virtual tours, we can start to see the ways in which sources, interface and users interact to produce moments of interest and imagination.

Free Software for the William & Mary Community

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Thousands of dollars worth of software can be yours (some restrictions apply…)

What is the “Spatial Turn”? GIS and the Historian

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What does historical research look like when using GIS?

What is the “Spatial Turn”? A Beginner’s Look

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Evan admits to being confused by the spatial turn, but hopes to fix that with a series of posts.