Category Archives: Image Annotation

Image annotation to enable a website user to select parts of images viewed and tag these parts specifically for example with a person’s name or a place name.

Early Demo and Discussion with Steering Committee Members

An excellent meeting took place yesterday, bringing together key players in the Visualising China project, including our mentor, Grant Young from the University of Cambridge. Grant is providing a very useful “critical friend” role on the project. Before Christmas the … Continue reading

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Visualising China – Cross-searching Photographs from British Collections in a Web 2.0 context

The Visualising China project starts next month (September 2009) and runs into 2011. It is a collaboration between the I.L.R.T at the University of Bristol and the Department of Historical Studies at the University of Bristol, building on recent digitisation … Continue reading

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