Glossopticon is a series of tools initially created for the visualisation of data from the PARADISEC Pacific and Region archive of linguistic data. This is an initial release of code and research that represents a WebVR, A-Frame based version of the project, with that hope that it is useful to other projects in either its current or extended form, and that improvements and fixes can be made that will develop the tool further in an open manner.
Download or clone the repository and run it on a web local server. If you do not have a workflow for this, the easiest workflow is to open the entire project in Brackets and run it using the inbuilt live server, or Atom and run it using the Atom live server plugin. The project has to run on a local web server (or be uploaded to a remote web server) and will generate errors if it is simply ran directly in a browser due to cross origin domain issues.
- 'index.html' is used as the front page of the project as hosted from this repo.
- 'index-minimal.html' is a basic front page that can be adapted or replaced for the use of this tool in other projects
using the following community components
- Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct.
- Please make suggestions, report issues or suggest fixes via the issues tab or file pull requests with code improvements
- Andrew Burrell (University of Technology Sydney) - VR and data visualisation design and development.
- Rachel Hendery (Western Sydney University) - project conception and linguistics.
This project is licensed under the GNU GPL License
- The Glossopticon VR project is a project by Rachel Hendery (Western Sydney University) and Andrew Burrell (University of Technology Sydney). It’s part of a larger Glossopticon VR and AR exhibition by Nick Thieberger (Melbourne University), Rachel Hendery, and Andrew Burrell. The project was funded by the Centre of Excellence for Language Dynamics (COEDL), through a Transdisciplinary and Innovation Grant.