Adaptiver, Interaktiver, Dynamischer Atlas zur Geschichte (AIDA). Visuelles Erkunden und interaktives Erleben der Geschichte

  • Christoph Schäfer (Autor/in)
    Universität Trier
  • Leif Scheuermann (Autor/in)
    Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
  • Wolfgang Spickermann (Autor/in)
    Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz

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Abstract

The objective of the AIDA project is the development of a dynamic and adaptive digital atlas on the history of Europe as well as the Mediterranean region for research and education purposes. Dynamic maps enable the visualization of temporal and spatial localization as well as their changes concerning objects and events and mediate historical processes over a long ranged period. Through the inclusion of text and image the map as a system of symbols and rules becomes a key medium for the collection of multimedia data. The conjunction of space and time and the free combination and connection of very different content opens new questions and enlarges the data basis of the system embedding user driven projects.

This paper focuses on the architecture of the AIDA – project as well as the Meme Media – technology “Webbles” used for its implementation. The visualization and analysis of spatiotemporal information will be thematised as well as didactic surplus of the system concluding with the presentation of three pilot projects.

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Veröffentlicht
2015-05-26
Sprache
de
Schlagworte
GIS; Virtuelle Forschungsplattform; raum-zeitliche Visualisierung