Luke Hollis

Luke Hollis

ArtTechPsyche 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019

orphe.us: The Archive for the Digital Age

Cabot Demo Space

Luke Hollis of Archimedes Digital will demonstrate their flagship product, Orpheus. Professors at leading cultural institutions from The Center of Hellenic Studies, The Peabody Museum of Archaeology, and The Harvard Libraries use Orpheus to create and share beautiful digital archives.

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The Dream Stela of Thutmose IV Reproduction and Augmented Reality Experience

Garden Street: Upstairs

The Harvard Semitic Museum has reproduced and digitally augmented the ancient Egyptian “Dream Stela,” the famous stone monument found between the paws of the Great Sphinx at Giza. This massive slab of pink granite recounts the narrative of Thutmose IV, the eighth king of the Eighteenth Dynasty, when he visited the Sphinx and fell asleep […]

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Project Atlas

Garden Street: Upstairs

Project Atlas leverages virtual and augmented reality for querying and interacting with multimedia archaeological datasets and life-size reconstructions of architecture at the ancient city of Morgantina (Sicily). In partnership with the Contrada Agnese Project (CAP), tourists, researchers, and the excavation team in the field can interact with photogrammetric models of previous excavations as well as […]

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Project Tango: Cartographer

Garden Street: Upstairs

With increasing interest in three-dimensional modeling and augmented reality (AR) exhibits in the archaeological and anthropological fields, the Project Tango initiative by Google’s Advanced Technology And Projects group (ATAP) provides unprecedented opportunities for combining powerful three-dimensional scanning with area learning to reconstruct excavations and build AR experiences for museum and site visitors. The Cartographer application […]

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Luke Hollis is the founder of Archimedes Digital, a digital humanities startup based in Cambridge, MA. Rather than creating software that further distracts and isolates users, the artists, developers, and archivists at Archimedes build applications that connect us to our shared traditions and cultures. Archimedes partners with libraries, museums, and archives internationally to develop applications across web, mobile, and AR/VR platforms. He is concerned with the transmission of print culture into its digital form and knowledge and information design in emerging media. Learn more about his work at lukeholl.is.