I have been developing SpatioScholar, a temporospatial scholarship and analysis platform, with Augustus Wendell and Bo Thompson. SpatioScholar allows processing and visualizing the temporal dimension along with the physicality of the space. It also allows scholars to work interactively with 3D models and primary sources, by facilitating organization of primary sources in relation to space and time. In this sense, it is a visual data management system.
The first prototype came out of my dissertation, “Madness and Empire: The Ottoman Asylum, 1830-1930.” With this project, “Life of an Insane Asylum: A Temporospatial Simulation.”, the team won a New York City Digital Humanities Graduate Student Digital Project Awards (Honorable Mention) in 2016.
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