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Visualizing the Construction of Manuscripts, through Collation and Video (DigiPal IV Symposium)

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It’s been a month now since the fabulous DigiPal IV Symposium, and I’ve been meaning to share the video of my own contribution to that event since I returned to Penn in early September. My talk is “Visualizing the Construction of Manuscripts, through Collation and Video,” and introduces two projects that we are actively undertaking here at SIMS. The first is a visualization system for the physical collation of medieval manuscripts (see some example results, and our slightly out-of-date source code on GitHub), and our ongoing project to create videos about manuscripts in our collection.

 

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