Local Time Machines
Local Time Machines are the representation of the collected Big Data of the Past of a geographic place, created by the sum of information provided by different projects and initiatives connected to this place.
This page gives you an overview of the current state of coverage the Time Machine data can provide and allows you to browse through that information to research the history of a place.
- Amsterdam in …
- Cinema Context
- Historical Amsterdam in 3D/4D – pilot study
- Imitation and Emulation in Rembrandt’s Neighborhood: Deciphering the Transmission of Ideas among Artists living around the Corner
- The Freedom of the Streets. Gender and Urban Space in Eurasia 1600-1850
- Virtual Interiors
- CIPRO – Catalogo Illustrato delle Piante di Roma Online (Illustrated Catalogue of the Maps of Rome Online)
- Lineamenta – Database of Italian Architectural Drawings 1650-1850
- Rare books of the Bibliotheca Hertziana
- Schede Noack – A Registry of Foreign Artists in Rome in the Nineteenth Century
- The system of the arts in Rome (1750-1850)
- Timeline Travel