Altes Dresden wird lebendig
Soon, both tourists and Dresden inhabitants are to dive into the past.
A small movement – and the time travel starts. All of a sudden the Dresden square Neumarkt changes its view. The church Frauenkirche’s light façade changes to dark and old. Looking left towards Johanneum, Jüdenhof, Dinglingerhaus – the colours fade away, everything turns to black and white, and different somehow.
The conference proceedings “Digital Research and Education in Architectural Heritage”, which contains selected contributions from the jointly held “Digital Encounters with Cultural Heritage” and “Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries” conventions, has just been published by Springer.
At the DHd Conference 2018 our junior research team organized a workshop on image repositories entitled “image repositories – real work support or time consuming?”. The workshop started with a round table discussion with experts from the leading German image repositories,
Mit der Zeitmaschine zurück ins Mittelalter
Back to the Middle Ages with the Time Machine
by Tanja Unterweger
How did people live and work hundreds of years ago? With the aid of old documents, maps and notes we might soon be able to climb aboard a time machine – also in German cities.
On 11th December 2017 the Digital Humanities workshop had its third meeting. Current topics and projects were discussed, and the members were informed about sponsoring opportunities and regional, national and European activities.