Jeremy Rowe Vintage Photography
©jeremy rowe 2017
Ben Cooley with Camera near Superstition Mountains
RP Postcard ca 1930 ©vintagephoto.com 2017
J. S. Wooley's Lantern Slide Projector,
Cabinet card ca 1905 © vintagephoto.com 2017
Photographers in Arizona, 1850 - 1920: A History and Directory
Photographers: A Sourcebook for Historical Research
Arizona Real Photo Postcards: A History & Portfolio
Early Maricopa County: 1871 - 1920 for Arcadia Press publication January 22, 2011
Handbook of Visual Research Methods, Eric Margolis and Luc Pauwals Eds., Sage Publishing, July 2011
"Disclosing Historic Photographs" with Eric Margolis - Chapter
"Copyright and Other Rights in Photographic Images" - Chapter
Excerpt of text: Arizona Photography : an Overview from 1850 - 1920
Photography Related References
Arizona Photographers 1850 - 1920 presented by city
Dating Card Mounted Photographs
Dating Photographic Post Card Stamp Boxes
Photographic Forgeries and Falsifications
Checklist of Arizona Stereographs
Checklist of W. Henry Brown and Bennett & Brown Stereographs of New Mexico
Checklist of 1909 Stereo Travel Indianapolis Race Stereo Set
Use of Historical Photographs -an Overview for Researchers and Collectors
Digital Millennium Copyright Act Public Domain Timelines
Copyright Reference links
The NYU-X Informatics Lab and NYU Holodeck project
The NYU-X lab, located in the new College of Nursing building at 433 First Avenue, is a catalyst to engage faculty, staff and students to explore emerging technologies, and how the interaction of humans and technology can support teaching, lifelong learning, and innovative health care.
The NYU Holodeck is a $4M ($2.8M plus $1.2M cost share) NSF MRI Track 2 Development project (#126098) that will create an immersive, collaborative, virtual/ physical research environment.
To prototype the transition from projection to functional AR, MR and VR simulations, our interdisciplinary team will develop an instrument and educational environment that facilitates enticing research and creates an experiential supercomputing infrastructure that empowers students, faculty, and researchers to develop new knowledge and disseminate powerful new integrated, multimodal tools and techniques.
The NYU Holodeck will be a well-integrated software/hardware instrument that fosters creative capacity by incorporating:
- Visual, audio, and physical components;
- Novel technologies to enhance human-human, human-agent, and human-robot social interactions;
- Rapid prototyping and fabrication tools,
- Tightly coupled interactive visual, audio, and physical experiences.
The NYU Holodeck instrument will:
-Provide a flexible, modular, reconfigurable infrastructure with comprehensive capacity to capture behavioral,
physiological, affective, and cognitive data, and provide real time data visualization and analysis.
- Enable researchers to explore questions involving virtual environments, telepresence, collaborative
engagement, and remote interaction.
-Advance next-generation experiences in human interaction
-Provide deep integration of virtual and physical settings.
- Potentially transform fundamental understanding of collaboration, learning, creativity, discovery and
Our interdisciplinary project team includes expertise in computer science, health-informatics, gaming, digital media, design engineering, and educational technology.
The School of Computing and Informatics (SCI) at Arizona State University (ASU) supported the evolution of computing and informatics as discrete disciplines. The school responded to needs for partnership and collaboration between computer and information sciences and a broad range of disciplinary areas at ASU. This integration of computer and information sciences with other academic disciplines such as geography, anthropology, public health, urban planning and biology was developed to provide an academic structure to foster new knowledge.
The school was home to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) and the Department of Biomedical Informatics (BMI). The CSE department offered undergraduate degrees in computer science and computer systems engineering and an M.S., M.C.S. and Ph.D. in computer science. The BMI department offered both an M.S. degree and a Ph.D and was initially a collaboration with the University of Arizona Medical School in Phoenix. The School was reorganized in 2010 into the School of Computing Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering and the Biomedical Informatics department realigned with the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale.
Executive Associate Director 2005 - 2009
The Institute for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (InCISE) is a collaboration of interdisciplinary research units that share research expertise in Computer and Information Science and its application to research problems in academic disciplines and in our communities.
Associate Director 2003 - 2009
PRISM is the focal point at Arizona State University for interdisciplinary research in modeling and visualization to permit intelligent analysis and create spatial and dynamic knowledge.
Co-Director 2000 - 2011
The Decision Theater at Arizona State University is a forum for discussing research and policy questions, identifying common needs, interests, and scenarios to better understand complex, multivariate relationships. Data from experiments, or existing data sources, will be analyzed and modeled to create scientific visualizations to explore patterns, relationships, and implications of actions related to the scenarios.
Director, Strategic Initiatives 2005 - 2010
Co-Technical Director 2003 - 2005
Department of Homeland Security
Co-Principal Investigator - ASU Data Fusion Subcontract to University of Arizona Border Security and immigration center of Excellence, Department of Homeland Security $1.8M 8/1/08 - 9/30/11.
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG; German Research Foundation)
Co-Principal Investigator - Ceramic Technologies Digital Library (CTDL) -scanning, scientific visualization and analysis project $100K German Research Foundation (DFG) grant under the Scientific Literature Supply and Information Systems (LIS 2) scheme funded 7/06 - 7/08.
Co-Investigator - 3D Handwriting Analysis In-Q-tel funded research $100K renewed for $50K 2/2003 to 6/2006
National Science Foundation
Decision Center for Desert Cities
The Decision Center for a Desert City (DCDC) is one of several new National Science Foundation-funded centers to investigate human decision making under climatic uncertainty. Increasingly, it is recognized that even the best science will not significantly reduce uncertainty about global climate warming and the climate cycles that cause droughts, floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Society must learn to make better decisions in the face of uncertainty. DCDC was founded to focus on water management decisions in the urbanizing desert of Central Arizona.
Observations and Modeling of Orographic Cumulus Development using Digital Imaging and Data Cataloging
Co-principal investigator with Joseph Zehnder and the Partnership for Research in Spatial Modeling (PRISM) at Arizona State University (ASU)
3DK - 3 D Knowledge and Distributed Intelligence
Co-principal investigator with the Partnership for Research in Spatial Modeling (PRISM) at Arizona State University (ASU)
INVSEE - Interactive Nano-Visualization in Science & Engineering Education
Content expert and instructional designer for the Information Storage Media Module
National Endowment for the Humanities
Moving Waters: The Colorado River & the West
From December 2001 through July 2002, the seven states that share the waters of the Colorado (Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming) collaborated on a project to generate regional consciousness of the river. This site archives the resources and results of this project.
Office of Naval Research
Co-Principal Investigator - Important Features for Complex Systems with Transient Effects, Office of Naval Research $475K 3-1-09 to 2-15-12
Exhibitions - Descriptions and images from current and past projects
Talking Stick Resort - Permanent Exhibition
16 X 20 Lambda prints of 90 images of the Salt River Pima Maricopa, Phoenix, and Central Arizona
from my collection at the Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale, Arizona
- in both Main Foyers of the Convention Center
Snapshots of Early Twentieth Century Arizona: A Postcard Legacy from the Collection of Jeremy Rowe Vintage Photography
Desert Caballeros Museum
21 N. Frontier Street
Wickenburg, Arizona 85390
November 7, 2009 to February 27, 2011
Photographic Postcards: Snapshots of Early Twentieth Century Arizona
An Exhibition from the Collection of Jeremy Rowe
Sky Harbor International Airport - Terminal 4 Gallery
February 15 through October 5, 2003
Photographic Postcards: Snapshots of Early Twentieth Century ArizonaPicturing the Past: Technology as a Tool to Capture and View Images
An Exhibition from the Collection of Jeremy Rowe
Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W Gurley, Prescott, Arizona 86301
July 20, 2001 through April 20, 2002Computing Commons Gallery, Arizona State University.Territorial Arizona in 3D: A Survey in Stereo Photographs
Curated exhibition of original photographs, cameras, and ephemera with digital enlargements, slide video and computer graphic projection.
Mesa Southwest Museum and Sharlot Hall Museum.
Curated exhibition of approximately 120 vintage Arizona Stereographs ca 1870 - 1920 with cameras, viewers and ephemera from the collections of Jeremy Rowe, Arizona State Museum, and Sharlot Hall Museum.
Preservation and Access for College and University Electronic Records (ECURE)Conference - CO-Chair with Robert Spindler 1999 to 2005
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