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published: April, 2002

Archives & Museum Informatics, 2002.
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Speakers

Chris Calef
Visiting Researcher at the University of Aizu
Mythworks / University of Aizu
451 W. Bdwy #25
Eugene OR
965-8580 USA
Email: chris@ggpl.org
http://www.myth-works.com/simtools

Chris Calef graduated from the University of Oregon in 1991 with a BA in geography. He has worked as a programmer for several organizations, most recently the Oregon Center for Applied Science in Eugene, Oregon. He is skilled in database design, Internet applications and realtime 3D animation. He has traveled in Mexico, Central America, and Asia with a view toward preserving and distributing local culture and history through digital media.

Chris will present Making It Realtime: Exploring the use of optimized realtime environments for historical simulation and education.