Wearable and Tangible Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities 2019-03-18T04:15:35-05:00

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Wearable and Tangible Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities

The Wearable and Tangible Possible Worlds of Digital Humanities is a curated exhibit with participation from scholars, artists, and activists at both student and professional levels. The exhibit included emerging and exploratory work in the broad range of wearables and tangible computing. Building on the 2017 HASTAC Wearables and Tangible Computing Research charrette, Professor Kim Knight and Professor Jaqueline Wernimont of Arizona State curated the installation pieces were past, present, future-oriented and/or speculative work.

Faculty Credits – Kim Knight

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