The Virtual Museum is still under construction and not yet ready for public viewing. Much of the content for the museum is currently being curated via a web-publishing platform called Omeka (http://omeka.org/about/) and an Omeka Plug-in called Neatline (http://neatline.org/) . Students have also been developing content using Harvard University’s WorldMap mapping portal (http://worldmap.harvard.edu/) and MIT Hyperstudio’s Annotation Studio (http://www.annotationstudio.org/). While under development, this content will remain private, but we hope to make it public sometime within the coming year.
During the Fall 2014 semester, MCCS Studio students Liam Stokinger, Simranjit Singh, Matt Roy, James Charves created the following interactive map of Curley public works projects using Harvard’s WorldMap tool:
The following Minecraft model of the Curley house was created by teammates Kamal Yisrael, Dontell Lofton, and Israel Shaw (students enrolled in HUMN427-01: MCCS Studio during the Fall 2014 semester):
The 360 photography / video footage below was produced by a group of students (Mitsu Koshima, Mechanical Engineering; Samuel Martins, Mechanical Engineering; and Morgan Miller, Architecture) assigned to develop a curatorial concept for the dining room of the Curley house at 350 The Jamaicaway: