We are pleased to announce that the winner of the 1st OpenContext & Carleton University Data Visualization Prize is awarded to the ‘Poggio Civitate VR Data Viewer’, created by the team led by Russell Alleen-Willems.
The team hacked this data viewer together over a weekend as a proof-of-concept. In the typical spirit of the digital humanities and digital archaeology, they developed a playful approach exploring the materials using the potential of the HTC Vive sdk to ingest Open Context data as json, and then to place it into a relative 3d space. We particularly appreciated their candour and self-assessment of what worked, and didn’t work about their project, and their plans for the future. We look forward to seeing their work progress, and hope that this prize will help them move forward. Please explore their project at https://vrcheology.github.io/ .
Congratulations to the team, and thank you to all who participated. Please keep your eyes peeled for next year’s edition of the prize!
The team members are:
- Russell Alleen-Willems (Archaeology domain knowledge, Unity/C# Scripting)
- Mader Bradley (JSON Data Parsing/Unity Scripting)
- Jeanpierre Chery (UX Design, Unity/C# Scripting)
- Blair Lyons (Unity/C# Scripting)
- Aileen McGraw (Instructional Design and Program Storytelling)
- Tania Pavlisak (3D modeler)
- Jami Schwarzwalder (Git Management, Team Organization, and Social Media)
- Paul Schwarzwalder (Unity/C# Scripting)
- Stephen Silver (Background Music)
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