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Interior Space: Preserving the International Space Station through Photography

By Roland Miller Editor's note: National Trust for Historic Preservation staff members Priya Chhaya and Carson Bear recorded the live interview with Roland Miller and astronaut Paolo Nespoli that is featured in the clips embedded in this post. The full playlist of clips from that interview is...

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TrustLive: Tech—Keynote and Panel Discussion

​Recorded at PastForward 2017 in Chicago, this TrustLive explores how to apply the next generation of technological applications to the work of saving places. Featuring a keynote by Zenka, futurist and artist and a panel discussion including Kevin Ponto, Living Environments Laboratory, Wisconsin...


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TrustLive: Tech Keynote—Zenka

​Recorded at PastForward 2017 in Chicago, Zenka, futurist and artist, is the keynote speaker for TrustLive: Tech—exploring how to apply the next generation of technological applications to the work of saving places. Sponsored by The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation. For more information about this...


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Excerpt from TrustLive: Tech — Virtual reality and preservation: Just jump in

​Recorded at PastForward 2017 in Chicago, this clip from TrustLive: Tech is part of the larger conversation about applying the next generation of technological applications to the work of saving places. Watch select PastForward 2017 videos on this YouTube channel. Full TrustLive videos will be...


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Forum Webinar: Historical Storytelling Through Technology

Over the last year, Preservation Leadership Forum has been taking a deep dive into how technology impacts and supports the work of historic preservation. From mobile apps and drones to interpretative tools and virtual reality, technology is critical to documenting, interpreting, and engaging...

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Digital Tools for Sharing Historic Building Data with the Public

By Lisa Kersavage and Daniel Watts As the city of New York grew during the period after the Revolutionary War, large plots of land were sold and subdivided for the construction of brick-clad and brick-fronted houses. These Federal-style houses were built between the 1790s and 1830s, and...

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A Career of Architectural Surveys

By Richard L. Mattson If medals were awarded for sheer numbers of historic buildings surveyed, I reckon I would make the podium. It has been quite a ride, taking off in a 1967 Camaro in 1979 to inventory farmsteads in Monroe County, Illinois, and landing in the 1990s in Charlotte, North...

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