John Loomis: CyArk: Preserving World Heritage Sites Through High Definition Documentation

International Studies in Planning, Spring 2007 Lecture Series

The world is losing its architectural and archeological cultural heritage faster than it can be documented, and this dilemma is becoming a crisis of global proportions. The nonprofit project CyArk promotes and supports heritage site documentation through high-definition documentation, utilizing a suite of advanced survey and imaging technologies. John Loomis is the author of Revolution of Forms, Cuba's Forgotten Art Schools and holds degrees in art history and architecture and teaches at Stanford and the University of San Francisco.

Sponsored by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies and the Department of City and Regional Planning
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