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Hudson River School

Interactive Museum Exhibit

The Hudson River School Museum Exhibit is a digital interpretation of Frederic Edwin Church’s Twilight, “Short Arbiter ‘Twixt Day and Night” (1850). Users are able to walk through the 3D environment of the interpretation, as well as to adjust time and season of the rendition. The interactive exhibit is currently displayed at Newark Museum at New Jersey.
The project was directed by John Hancock and Elizabeth Bartley, involving the CERHAS team of scholars, writers, 3D modelers, and media and sound artists.
Designed in Adobe Illustrator
Developed in Adobe Flash.
* Center for Electronic Reconstruction of Historical and Archaeological Sites