Mining Pixels: Tools for Video and Image Research in the Humanities
November 19, 2015
04:00 PM - 05:30 PM
Digital Humanities Center, Rush Rhees G122
This short workshop will introduce participants to a variety of tools to help support research across large corpuses of image-based media. Using documentary images and video from the public domain as a case study, we will explore techniques for data collection, image processing, and visualization through open source software, including Image Magick, FFMPEG, OpenCV, and custom programs written by the Digital Humanities Center. All are welcome. For questions, please contact Josh Romphf (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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