The CyArk Visualization Internship program is interdisciplinary and includes both undergraduate and graduate students. Interns will work with digital data sets collected using state of the art reality capture devices. These data sets include high resolution digital images collected using high dynamic range and panoramic techniques, digital video, GPS survey data and high definition survey techniques using laser scanners to create high resolution and accurate three dimensional models of these sites. Students will work with these data sets to produce a range of digital content and will be exposed to a wide variety of technologies and software packages. Interns will also receive training on the aquisition of these data sets and will participate in a HDD heritage documentation project.
Participants of the Reality Capture and Dissemination Internship will potentially have the opportunity to participate in CyArk documentation projects conducted at World Heritage sites across the globe and further part-time and post-graduate employment opportunities are possible to participants of the program. The Reality Capture and Dissemination Internship is sponsored by CyArk (a non-profit entity located in Orinda, California, http://archive.cyark.org/), the Department of Anthropology and the Office of the Chief Information Officer UC Berkeley.
Current focus: The internship is currently focused on the post-production side of laser scanning. The interns will learn all the techniques necessary to process high definition documentation data and create content from this data.
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- Ben Kacyra, Program Sponsor
- Ruth Tringham, Faculty Sponsor
- Oliver Monson, Instructor
- Elizabeth Lee , Instructor
- Michael Ashley, Liason, Office of the CIO
- Elizabeth Ha, Media Specialist
- Zaven Demerjian, Intern
- Magen Farrar, Intern
- John Mink, Intern
- Alejandra Reyes, Intern
- Alex Baer, Intern
- Cory Smith, Intern
- Gabrielle Patacsil, Intern
- John Chenoweth, Intern
- Jon Lesser, Intern