The Visualizing History Project wouldn’t be possible without our students. As we begin moving into a new phase of creative output and productivity, we wanted to stop and acknowledge our best and brightest … our Pathfinders. The first of our Pathfinders is Dillon Cutaiar, who is responsible for the reinvention of CI Spy, adding passive haptics to the Vauquois project, and more. Have a look at Dillon’s work on his corner of the Visualizing History website.
Our virtual reality experience, “If this Place Could Talk: The Destroyed Village of Vauquios” is currently on exhibit through November 11th, 2018, at the Michigan State University Museum as part of the “War and Speech: Propaganda, Patriotism and Dissent in the Great War” exhibit! If you happen to be in the area, check it out and let us know what you think! See the link below for more details.