Item description for Multimedia Cartography by William Cartwrigth, Michael P. Peterson, Georg F. Gartner, Patricia L. Hibberd, Matt Pizzolo & Stephen Kessler...
Multimedia Cartography provides a contemporary overview of the issues related to multimedia cartography and the design and production elements that are unique to this area of mapping. The book has been written for professional cartographers interested in moving into multimedia mapping, for cartographers already involved in producing multimedia titles who wish to discover the approaches that other practitioners in multimedia cartography have taken and for students and academics in the mapping sciences and related geographical fields wishing to update their knowledge about current issues related to cartographic design and production. It provides a new approach to cartography one based on the exploitation of the many rich media components and avant-garde approach that multimedia offers.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5" Weight: 2.4 lbs.
Release Date Oct 30, 2006
ISBN 3540366504 ISBN13 9783540366508
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More About William Cartwrigth, Michael P. Peterson, Georg F. Gartner, Patricia L. Hibberd, Matt Pizzolo & Stephen Kessler
William Cartwright is the Deputy Executive Director of the International Human Rights Law Institute, DePaul University College of Law and Coordinator of the Jeanne and Joseph Sullivan Program for Human Rights in the Americas.
William Cartwright currently resides in the state of Illinois. William Cartwright has an academic affiliation as follows - International Human Rights Law Institute, Depaul University.
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Potential cartography changes from multimedia Jun 20, 2000
I think the book brings a very helpful review of the cartography state of art facing new tools to represent reality. It is balanced between theory and practical examples. Finally, it shows how multimedia will impact in the way we think and construct maps.