Center for Digital Visualization

Mission

The ViDi Center will fundamentally address the connections between visual analysis and re-synthesis problems, primarily involving 3D objects and environments that pose significant and interesting questions in the Humanities (but also in Medicine and Engineering). The ViDi Center will bring together Engineering and Humanities faculty to embark on deeply collaborative investigations to discover new Computer Graphics modeling and animation methods and apply the best and most appropriate techniques to modeling and visualization challenges presented by human artistic, structural, and cultural artifacts.

Course Projects

CIS 106 / ANTH 258 (Visualizing the past) is a highly interdisciplinary course that approaches fundamental issues in Anthropology and Computer Science.

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Steering Committee

Computer and Information Science
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Anthropology
School of Arts and Sciences
History of Art
School of Arts and Sciences
Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations
School of Arts and Sciences