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HAA-263803-19
Understanding Visual Culture through Silent Film Collections
Mark Williams, Dartmouth College

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Symposium on Digital Tools for Moving Image Analysis (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Symposium on Digital Tools for Moving Image Analysis
Author: John Bell
Author: Mark Williams
Abstract: The Neukom Institute for Computational Science & The Media Ecology Project at Dartmouth Present Digital Tools for Moving Image Analysis Symposium May 8-10, 2019 This three-day symposium brings together scholars, librarians, archivists, and technologists to discuss current computational methods of research on video and film and brainstorm about future interdisciplinary research. Participants will discuss current research tools and methods for time-based markup of moving images, formal analysis of film properties, machine learning software for object classification and facial tagging, and linguistic analysis of media paratext. This symposium is an extension of two NEH-funded projects underway at MEP: The Accessible Civil Rights Heritage project and the Paper Print and Biograph Compendium.
Date Range: May 8-10, 2019
Location: Dartmouth College
Primary URL: http://mediaecology.dartmouth.edu/wp/archives/624
Primary URL Description: Digital Tools for Moving Image Analysis Symposium May 8-10, 2019 This three-day symposium brings together scholars, librarians, archivists, and technologists to discuss current computational methods of research on video and film and brainstorm about future interdisciplinary research. Participants will discuss current research tools and methods for time-based markup of moving images, formal analysis of film properties, machine learning software for object classification and facial tagging, and linguistic analysis of media paratext. This symposium is an extension of two NEH-funded projects underway at MEP: The Accessible Civil Rights Heritage project and the Paper Print and Biograph Compendium.


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