Examples of visualizations created with the tooks shown in the workshop:
Visualizing Image & Video Collections workshop
Lev Manovich, Professor (digital humanities and computers science), The Graduate Center CUNY
Wednesday, April 24th 2013. 6:00-9:00pm
location: Room 6418, The Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave, New York.
This workshop will cover recently developed visualization techniques for exploring image and video collections of any size – from a few dozens to millions of images. We will use open source free ImageJ software with the custom tools developed in Lev Manovich’s lab (softwarestudies.com). The techniques have already been used in variety of fields, including art history, film and media studies, digital culture studies, game studies, and linguistics. The participants will also be introduced to digital image processing – the use of computers to automatically analyze images.
Note: For students who wish to bring their own computers to the workshop, ImageJ runs on Macs, PCs and Lunix.
Download link: http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/download.html
Sample data sets to be used in workshops - download link (Dropbox folder)
Separate links to our ImageJ visualization macros (included in the sample data set download):
GUIDE TO VISUALIZING VIDEO AND IMAGE SEQUENCES | How to prepare images and video collections for visualization; use of ImageJ built-in commands and our custom plug-ins.
ImagePlot user guide
Theory and methodology articles about visualizing image and video collection from softwarestudies.com