There are multiple opportunities to get involved with Digital Cultural Heritage research through Immersion Vanderbilt. The following are Digital Heritage Pathways that are offered to undergraduate students.
Digital Heritage: Methods and Practice [HART 2815]
A cutting-edge course in the Digital Humanities, HART 2815 provides case-based introduction to digital application in history of art and archaeology, including theory, research design, current methods of photogrammetry, 2D and 3D modeling, mapping and spatial analysis, and data management and digital publishing. Click Here to Get Involved
Cultural Heritage Digital Storytelling
Work with a faculty member in the Center for Digital Humanities to develop 3D stories about the medieval Mediterranean in immersive environments. The team uses the Unity game engine to develop serious games that allow us to understand how cultures interact and exchange art, stories, and practices. Click Here to Get Involved