Timeline of Select Projects | Index of Projects
|Computational Tools for Modeling, Visualizing and Analyzing Historic and Archaeological Sites||2002 - 2004||Architecture, Africa, Europe, North America||
This project aimed "to create new computational tools" for for studying historic structures and archaeological sites, then to compile the data into a database and educational website. Featured locations include Amheida, Egypt; Monte Polizzo, Italy; Thulamela, South Africa; Beauvais Cathedral, France; and St. John the Divine, New York City.
|Delight in Design: Silver for the Raj||2008 - 2009||Decorative Arts, Asia||
Delight in Design was created as an online resource for an exhibition of South Asian silver at the Wallach Gallery in 2008, curated by Vidya Dehejia, Barbara Stoler Miller Professor of Indian and South Asian Art.
|Goya: Disasters of War||Prints, Europe||
Scans of thirteen of Goya's Disasters of War prints with captions, organized as a slideshow
|History of Architecture - Real Virtual, Representing Architectural Time and Space||1998 - 2005||Architecture, Africa, Asia, Europe, North America||
This History of Architecture Web site is designed to support undergraduate education by focusing on interactive panoramas as a method of expanding the options for classroom presentations of architectural subjects.
|South America Fieldwork||Architecture, South America||
Two Columbia University graduate students, Rebecca Fitle and Amanda Gannaway, took these images of important archaeological and cultural heritage sites in Bolivia and Peru.
|The Great Mosque of Mopti||2008 - 2009||Architecture, Africa||
Created by late Media Center Director James Conlon following the Terra 2008 conference in Bamako, Mali, this site features panoramas and images of this classic African Islamic mud monument dating from 1935. There is also a brief history and bibliography of the region and building.
|Thulamela: Computational Tools for Modeling, Visualizing, and Analyzing Historic and Archaeological Sites||Architecture, Africa||
Part of the "Computational Tools for Modeling, Visualizing and Analyzing Historic and Archaeological Sites" project, "Thulamela" is the most completed subproject with its own separate website.
|Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medieval Europe||2010 - 2011||Decorative Arts, Europe||
The Media Center produced the digital monograph for the 2010-11 exhibition Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medieval Europe, co-organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Walters Art Museum, and the British Museum.