A malleable 3D mapping system for pre-modern maps and views

The primary goal of the Sandcastle project is to enable researchers to visualize non-cartesian, premodern images of places in a comparative environment that resembles the gestural, malleable one used by medieval and early modern cartographers and artists.

Principal Investigators

Edward Triplett

Lecturing Fellow in Art, Art History and Visual Studies

Philip Stern

Associate Professor of History

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