Part IV: Getting there. Now to plan some animations and – time allowing – add more complexity Part III: The scale of things When this: turns into this: You do in fact have a problem. Part II: Shine a light Getting the hang of Boolean operations: Part I: The Breakthrough at Tower
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In reference to the old joke: There are 10 types of humanists: Those who are digital and those who are not. But this is not a post about some technical elitism or my best one-liners1. It is not even going to be a post about the role of the digital in the humanities is general
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A spectre is haunting Digital Humanites – the spectre of the aura. All the currents and undercurrents of DH have entered into a holy alliance to exercise this concept: Archivist and librarians, sociology and cultural studies, introduction courses and thesis. Where is the paper that has not referred back to Walter Benjamin? Where is the
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With the advent of mass digitization, powerful portable devices and great interest by publishers and researchers alike, digitized and born-digital content has become ever more important. The following is a brief look at the user in the context of digital editions, especially scholarly digital editions. In the broadest sense, digital editions are born out of
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A 3D scan can be lots of work. In fact, it can be so much work that you think of doing it for others as a type of contract work. At the same time, you want to display your previous models to, say, find new scanning jobs. Here is where some legal difficulty starts. First,
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