ABOUT VISUALIZING VIRGINIA TECH'S HISTORY

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Visualizing Virginia Tech's History: If This Place Could Talk is a multidisciplinary group of faculty and students that utilizes creative technologies including projection mapping, augmented reality, and 360 degree videos to illuminate 150 years of university history through 21st century technology.


PRODUCTS FROM VISUALIZING VIRGINIA TECH'S HISTORY

UNIVERSITY HISTORY DIGITAL EXHIBITION

Explore university history through open access digital exhibits curated by Visualizing Virginia Tech's History. Current exhibits include histories of civil rights, inclusion, and more at Virginia Tech.

SOLITUDE 360 DEGREE HISTORICAL TOUR

Follow Fraction Family descendant Kerri Moseley-Hobbs on a 360 degree guided tour of the history of slavery, the Civil War, and the former plantation located on Virginia Tech's Blacksburg campus.

VIRGINIA TECH BLACKSBURG CAMPUS AUGMENTED REALITY WALKING TOUR

Dillon Cutaiar demonstrates the campus augmented reality walking tour for the 2019 Bringing Virginia Tech Histories to Life event.

Preview an experience of an augmented reality tour of Virginia Tech's Blacksburg campus with a member of the Visualizing Virginia Tech History. 


MEMBERSHIP OF VISUALIZING VIRGINIA TECH'S HISTORY

Chair: Paul Quigley, Director, Virginia Center for Civil War Studies; James I. Robertson, Jr. Associate Professor, Civil War History | College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences


  • Kenny Barnes, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Elizabeth Berg, College of Architecture and Urban Studies
  • Carlos Bautista, College of Engineering
  • Doug Bowman, Director of the Center for Human-Computer Interaction; Frank J. Maher Professor of Computer Science | College of Engineering
  • Taylor Carroll, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Anna Cheema, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Isabella Cruz, College of Architecture and Urban Studies
  • Dillon Cutaiar, College of Engineering
  • Shawn de Lopez, College of Architecture and Urban Studies
  • Joseph Forte, Athenaeum Coordinator; Digital Humanities Specialist | University Libraries
  • Jenni Gallagher, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Nicolas Gutkowski, College of Engineering
  • Ren Harman, Project Manager, VT Stories
  • David Hicks, Professor, School of Education | College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Emily Humes, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • William Jung, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Bradley Kraft, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Anza Mitchell, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Alexandra O'Dea, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Todd Ogle, Executive Director, Applied Research in Immersive Environments and Simulations | University Libraries
  • Bridget Olson, College of Architecture and Urban Studies
  • Katrina Powell, Director, Center for Rhetoric and Society; Director, Center for Refugee, Migrant, and Displacement Studies; Co-Founder, VT Stories
  • Suzanne Shelburne, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Jessica Taylor, Assistant Professor, Oral and Public History | College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Sarah Tucker, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
  • Thomas Tucker, Associate Professor, School of Visual Arts | College of Architecture and Urban Studies