Wiki Art History

15 May 2012

The desire to make knowledge about historical processes more accessible to a larger audience is, in fact, a very old one. Dating as far back as the days of the Renaissance, a number of approaches to this endeavor have employed methods from visualization, providing virtual observation points, “quick” gaze spots, on historical developments that often took place over centuries. Some examples for such visualizations are timelines, genealogical trees and chronological maps – Interested people can...
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