DAS New York | May 5, 2017 | MoMA
High Performance Sound Technologies for Analysis and Scholarship (HiPSTAS) project is working on applying advanced computational techniques, such as spectral analysis and machine learning, to expand opportunities for discovery and research insights across audio collections.
An Interview with Tanya Clement Tanya Clement discusses her DAS: New York presentation on the HiPSTAS NEH R&D Project. Interviewed […]
Interview: Ben-Fino Radin Ben Fino-Radin discusses his DAS: New York presentation on MoMA’s Digital Repository for Museum Collections. Interviewed at […]
This new free and open source software facilitates digital collections care, management, preservation, and access for time-based media and born-digital artworks – with a particular focus on moving image material.
DAS provides an international forum for communication, collaboration and forward looking discussion among individuals and organizations concerned with the preservation, […]
Preliminary Schedule Please note: Schedule is subject to change 8:30am Doors Open 9:00am Welcome 9:15am MoMA Digital Repository for Museum […]
The Forensic Audio, Video and Image Analysis Unit: Overview & Digital Image/Video Authentication The Forensic Audio, Video, and Image Analysis […]
Walter E. Bruehs is employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as the Supervisory Photographic Technologist in the Forensic Audio, […]