Two new videos from CNI’s December membership meeting in are now available for streaming or download:
Memento: Time Travel for the Web, a project briefing presented by Herbert Van de Sompel & Robert Sanderson of Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Michael Nelson from Old Dominion University, is at http://vimeo.com/8365394
Also by Robert Sanderson and Herbert Van de Sompel, the project briefing Interoperable Annotation: Perspectives from the Open Annotation Collaboration can be accessed at http://vimeo.com/8481040
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For those hoping for more compact recordings of content from CNI’s meetings, AUDIO-ONLY files are now available for the four sessions recorded at CNI’s fall 2009 meeting:
Cliff Lynch’s opening address:
Bernard Frischer’s talk, Beyond Illustration: New Dimensions of 3D Modeling of Cultural Heritage Sites and Monuments:
Project briefing, Memento: Time Travel for the Web
Project briefing, Interoperable Annotation:
We are in the process of setting up a feed for audio recordings from CNI’s membership meetings – look for an announcement soon.