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Linking and annotating parts of images: Invitation to our HyperImage workshop

Jun 09, 2009 10:00 am to 04:00 pm
Karl Jaspers Centre, Room 112

Dear Cluster Members,

We are very glad to invite you to our HyperImage Workshop on June 9, 2009.

Our first workshop introducing HyperImage to the Cluster was very well received and a number of projects have contacted us to learn more on how to use the tool. As new projects started during the last months and some researchers could not join us last time, we are preparing for another meeting on June 9:

The HyperImage Workshop consists of two parts:
10-12 Introduction to HyperImage (KJC, room 112)
16-18 Using HyperImage: Hands-on session (Computer-lab, Center for East Asian Studies, Akademiestrasse 4-8, ground floor, room 013)

Part one: Morning session
Introduction to HyperImage and the Transcultural Image Database of the Cluster, as well as the presentation of three showcases <o:p></o:p>

- showcase Archiving Mothers and Fathers of the Nation (Clusterproject)
- showcase Political Leaders (Clusterproject)
- showcase HyperColumn (Zürich University)<o:p></o:p>

June 9, 10-12 a.m. at the KJC building, room 112

Part two: Afternoon session
Hands-on: Using the HyperImage editor to upload images, add metadata, define parts of images, link them to other images, and produce a standalone-reader
June 9, 4-6 p.m. at the Computer-Lab of the Center of East Asian Studies, Akademiestraße 4-8, ground floor, room 013
(As the number of workstations in the Lab is limited, an informal mail that you plan to attend the hands-on session would be very much appreciated.)

HyperImage is an innovative tool developed by teams at Lüneburg and Berlin (http://www.hyperimage.eu/). It allows to define, annotate and interlink parts of images resulting in a new, interactive type of publication. The Cluster-project HyperEvaluation is evaluating the tool for possible ways of further developing it according to the needs of the researchers within the Cluster (http://hyperevaluation.uni-hd.de/).

We are very much looking forward to seeing you!


Matthias Arnold
for the HyperEvaluation team