|Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA|
|Gallery of California History, Oakland Museum|
One solution may have unveiled itself in the increasingly sophisticated technological worlds of virtual reality and social networking. Maurizio Forte, professor of Social Sciences, Humanities and the Arts at the University of California, Merced has been working to create virtual replicas of cities and landscapes that no longer exist.
With new software that allows programmers to mold pictures to 3-dimensional wire frames, I could foresee using pictures of actual people as avatar docents in their authentic environment!!!
What does this mean for the Wahoga Village Project?! It doesn't mean anything yet, but the possibilities are always fun to dream about.