The Humanities go digital

In this week’s episode of Post-Everything, Phoenix takes us to the Maker Lab at UVic where she explores 3D printers, the Maker Movement and related research at the university. We also visit Maker Space Victoria with Phoenix where she talks to Derek Jacoby about the creative work going on there.

Follow the Maker Lab on Twitter for some thought provoking Tweets — some of which are generated by their furniture!

Related: This week on Beyond the Jargon, Grad Student, Shaun Macpherson discusses his research in Digital Humanities and the theory behind it. He talks about the Maker Movement, what ‘Digital Humanities’ means and the idea of digital realities


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