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This is one of the spaces I'll be taking notes for the Digital Humanities High-performance Computer Collaboratory.
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Techne » A Glossary of Digital Humanities?

Techne » A Glossary of Digital Humanities? | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it

FROM SITE: One of the biggest challenges for digital humanities newbies is getting a handle on the vocabulary. The digital humanities community is open, welcoming, and willing to answer questions. They even created a website for that, DHAnswers. But, most newcomers don’t have enough vocabulary to be confident in framing a question.

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Random thoughts on infographics, simplification, and the revolting 10 seconds rule

Random thoughts on infographics, simplification, and the revolting 10 seconds rule | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it

FROM SITE: let's remember what William Cleveland said in one of his classics:

"The important criterion for a graph is not simply how fast we can see a result; rather it is whether through the use of the graph we can see something that would have been harder to see otherwise or that could not have been seen at all."

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The Psychology of Colour

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Our Psychology of Colour infographic explores the significance of colour - from the meaning of colour in cultures to colours in web design.
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Data Visualization Network of Resources

Data Visualization Network of Resources | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it
A network of links to data visualization resources (blogs, companies, people, tools, frameworks, books…). The network is based upon the words people use to tag these links using Delicious social bookmarking service.
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Guest Post: The Future of Data Visualization

Guest Post: The Future of Data Visualization | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it
Data is everywhere - and readily accessible
The open data movement is finally beginning to have some real impact.
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Computer Vision is a reality today.

Computer Vision is a reality today. | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it

FROM SITE: In a video posted on Youtube in January 2011, PHD student [now Dr. not surprisingly] Zdenek Kalal shows off his doctor’s thesis: Predator. Predator is a computer vision algorithm that shows ...

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Welcome | DHCommons

Welcome | DHCommons | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it

FROM SITE: DHCommons is a hub for people and organizations to find projects to work with, and for projects to find collaborators.

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OptiTrack - Optical Motion Capture Systems and Tracking Software

OptiTrack - Optical Motion Capture Systems and Tracking Software | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it
Optical motion capture systems and software for 3D animation, biomechanics, virtual reality, computer vision, engineering and more.
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“Culture” in the Science Fictional Universe of “Big Data” | Robert Albro

RT @DavidRArmitage: ...or, Why the Digital Needs the Humanities (and the Interpretive Social Sciences) http://t.co/k3PR5HxY...
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Designing data

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This is part of a series of posts from Typekit’s resident data analyst, Mike Sall. In this installment, Mike shares best practices for designing data. A central part of analyzing data is thinking...
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Conflicting Advice on Data Visualization - Forbes

Conflicting Advice on Data Visualization - Forbes | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it
Writers offer conflicting advice on data visualization in blogs and books. I present an example where an alternative figure has at least as many problems as the figure being criticized.
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Current Status of Standards for Augmented Reality

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This chapter discusses the current state, issues, and direction of the development and use of international standards for use in Augmented Reality (AR) applications and services. More specifically, the paper focuses on AR and mobile devices. Enterprise AR applications are not discussed in this chapter. There are many existing international standard that can be used in AR applications but there may not be defined best practices or profiles of those standards that effectively meet AR development requirements. This chapter provides information on a number of standards that can be used for AR applications but may need further international agreements on best practice use.
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peoplemovin - A visualization of migration flows

peoplemovin - A visualization of migration flows | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it
peoplemovin - A visualization of migration flows http://t.co/JR0oFU5E...
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Laser VR: Projector + computer vision + laser pointer = fun! | TUAW ...

Laser VR: Projector + computer vision + laser pointer = fun! | TUAW ... | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it
On paper, Laser VR sounds like one of the worst product ideas ever: you need to buy an iPhone, a laser pointer, and a Pico projector just to get.
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Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants | NEH

FROM SITE: The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) invites applications to the Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants program. This program is designed to encourage innovations in the digital humanities. By awarding relatively small grants to support the planning stages, NEH aims to encourage the development of innovative projects that promise to benefit the humanities.

Receipt Deadline September 25, 2012 for Projects Beginning May 2013

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An information graphics and visualization reading list

An information graphics and visualization reading list | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it

FROM SITE: (Notes: (A) I'd take a look at these books more or less in the order they are presented, as the list starts from the basics and goes to the more advanced stuff; (B) I don't suggest any book about software; (C) I don't mention all books about graphics that I think are relevant —see the photograph above; there are many more,— but just a small and maybe a bit idiosyncratic selection that can help you get started.)

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Digital Thingy-ness: Putting Materiality, Mediality, and Objects at the heart of the Digital Humanities | THATCamp CHNM 2012

Digital Thingy-ness: Putting Materiality, Mediality, and Objects at the heart of the Digital Humanities | THATCamp CHNM 2012 | DHHpC12 @ICHASS | Scoop.it

FROM BLOG: I suggest that we take a session at THATCamp to pull together an annotated bibliography, a must read list if you will, of works on thingyness that folks interested in the digital humanities but who also want to study digital things can look at . I’ve pulled together a starter list of works from some different fields that I think fit here. I have also included what about these works makes them candidates for this conversation and list.

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