Thursday, March 21, 2013

Virtual Paul's Cross Project Featured in NC State's RESULTS

The Virtual Paul's Cross Project is part of a feature story on NC State's new Hunt Library in the latest issue of NC State's Magazine RESULTS, which reports on topics in research, innovation, and economic development.

The full story, with a photograph of yours truly, is here. 

We are working up to our installation of the project at the Hunt Library in September. This story talks about uses of technology in humanities research projects.

They get up to saying things like this:

To pull together a state-of-the-art multimedia project takes Wall far outside his discipline. On any given day you may find him working with a linguist, architect, actor, acoustic engineer, archaeologist or research assistant. Experts from Oxford, Cambridge, the British Library and, of course, St. Paul's Cathedral are among the project's advisers.

It's good to live "far outside" my discipline. Takes a certain discipline to do that. And especially all the great collaborators I'm privileged to work with. 

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