Birkbeck, University of London (RUS (30) 102)
Matthew Sillence (UEA)
This workshop will be a practical session, allowing students to examine the underlying properties or image files and metadata to extract and analyse features for research and create visualisations. Part of the session will also consider analytical techniques and software for video both through manual coding quantifying frames and shots.
Students will need to download some software in advance of the workshop. Due to a change to the advertised programme, we will still be using ImageJ as the core software package, but a different set of macros made available by Lev Manovich.
- Please access the following page: http://lab.softwarestudies.com/p/imageplot.html
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and download ImagePlot_v1.1.zip 110 MB.
- This can be used on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
- Cimabue’s Madonna and Child (please download a copy of the image to your device).
- Access this online folder and download all 100 images to a folder on your device before the workshop.
- Access the following page and download the appropriate package for your device: http://www.anvil-software.org/download/index.html
- Please download the test video files: http://www.anvil-software.org/download/index.html#
- Currently only available for Windows, but there is a lighter web-based version: http://www.cinemetrics.lv/cinemetrics.php
Example image files will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring their own files to the session.
A full programme is available: digitalimagesprogramme (PDF, 60KB).
Please remember to bring your laptop and to set up access to the Eduroam Wi-Fi network.