Guest post by Jonathan Dueck, Thompson Writing Program Lecturing Fellow. Dueck is the 2011 winner of the Writing 20 Award for Excellence in Teaching Writing.
Ethnomusicologists produce a lot of what James Clifford slyly called “pre-texts”–fieldnotes, recordings, photographs, and a broader hodgepodge of notes that will someday constitute analysis, theory, et cetera. I spend [...]
This academic year, the Duke Digital Initiative has been exploring how 3d might be used at Duke in teaching and learning. Sparked by the interest in 3d films and development of standards for high definition television, new consumer displays and cameras have been appearing in the marketplace, making 3d video easier to use and within [...] Continue reading →
Are you involved with 3d modeling projects in courses? Do you have students doing video projects that might be interested in developing a stereoscopic (3d) video?
This year, one of the areas being investigated by the Duke Digital Initiative is 3d video. There are two components to the investigation. We’re looking at [...]