Please join us on April 11th at Noon in ten Hoor 30 for the second meeting of the Digital Humanities Working Group.
Dr. Jennifer Feltman, Assistant Professor in Art and Art History, will be discussing and demonstrating her research creating VR Cathedral, an Oculus Quest application that introduces Gothic architecture to students, particularly in middle school and high school settings.
This will be an informal talk with opportunities to experience the virtual reality (VR) application, as well as space to connect with colleagues who are researching at the intersection of computing and the humanities and social sciences.
Please contact Jeri Wieringa at email@example.com if you have any questions.
We look forward to seeing you there!