Frédéric Kaplan:
Como construí uma Máquina do Tempo de Informação

TEDxCaFoscariU · 10:20 · Filmed Jun 2013
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Imaginem que poderiam "surfar" no Facebook... da Idade Média. Bem, talvez não esteja tão longínquo quanto isso. Numa palestra divertida e interessante, o investigador e engenheiro Frédéric Kaplan mostra a Máquina do Tempo de Veneza, um projecto que pretende digitalizar 80 quilómetros de livros para criar uma simulação histórica e geográfica de Veneza ao longo de 1000 anos. (Filmado no TEDxCaFoscariU.)

Digital humanities researcher
Frederic Kaplan seeks to digitize vast archives of historical information to make maps that move — through time. Full bio
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