[Milton-L] Recreation of 17th Century London
Horace Jeffery Hodges
horacejeffery at gmail.com
Sat Oct 26 18:54:34 EDT 2013
I noticed the many glass windows -- I guess I hadn't realized that glass
was so extensively used.
Now if only the city can be populated, including historical figures for us
to meet . . .
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On Sat, Oct 26, 2013 at 10:11 PM, Shoulson, Jeffrey <
jeffrey.shoulson at uconn.edu> wrote:
> I have no wish to derail this riveting discussion of Books II and III,
> but I wanted to call the list's attention to this extraordinary video.
> Using the latest video game and graphic design technology and combining it
> with maps and engravings from the British library, some English graduate
> students have recreated 17th century London before the great fire. The
> video takes you through the streets as though you were walking or gliding
> through them.
> There's been a good deal of discussion about how technology and the
> humanities ought to be integrated. This is only one example, it seems to
> me, of the kind of exciting things that are now possible and especially
> useful for teaching purposes.
> Best wishes,
> Jeffrey Shoulson, Ph.D.
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