UCF Today discusses Drs. Walters and Kider’s latest National Endowment for the Humanities – Digital Humanities Advancement Grant, MemoryScan. MemoryScan originally received seed funding from UCF’s Office of Research, and the SENSEable Design Lab team was pleased to validate this support by following up with such a prestigious national grant.
MemoryScan will create and use a virtual environment to gather their reflections of the city in the 1950-70s. UCF Today’s Robert Stephens captures the collaboration between Historian Walters and Computer Scientist Kider to provide new uses for virtual environments.
You can read Stephen’s article at https://www.ucf.edu/news/the-way-we-remember/