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Cartographic and Digital Misfits: Early Modern Chorography and Modern Cartesian Software

February 21 @ 2:00 pm

This talk will describe some of the conclusions drawn through the creation of a research and development project that seeks to bring “chorographies” (also known as “city views”) into digital mapping environments that acknowledge the pseudo-perspectival nature of these early modern sources. Following a brief description of chorography, which was a ubiquitous form of spatial visualization in the 16th-18th centuries, Dr. Triplett will outline how he and his partners developed the “Sandcastle Workflow” – a multiple-software technique that combines image annotation and procedural modeling to translate chorographies into explorable 3D scenes.


February 21
2:00 pm