The Digital Humanities Center is excited to introduce a new program designed to give the University community even more access to the software, tools and expertise that we offer. The Open Lab hours are set times each week where staff will be available on a walk in basis to offer support in their areas of […]
Today on our Cube printer, we are making a 3D print of the statue of Minerva located in the Great Hall of Rush Rhees Library. The print was generated from a 3D scan made by a Faro laser scanner. This past year we have been experimenting with different methods of capturing spatial data to use […]
Starting next week the Numeric, Spatial and Research Data Services Center in conjunction with the Digital Humanities Center will be hosting a series of GIS workshops. The series is a combination of informational sessions and hands on workshops to get people excited about Geographic Information Systems and is an opportunity for new users to build […]
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