Atlascine is a unique online cartographic application dedicated to study the geographies of stories. To do so, Atlascine offers a multimedia synchronization between original stories (i.e. audio or video), their textual transcript and a fully interactive map via a range of tags. Atlascine is a collaborative project between the Geomedia Lab at Concordia University and the Geomatics and Cartographic Research Center at Carleton University. It has been developed using The Nunaliit Atlas Framework to produce different online atlases such as The Atlas of Rwandan Life Stories.

Contributor:

Concordia University & Carleton University

Research Subject:

Cartography and geomatics

Support Email:

sebastien.caquard@concordia.ca

Type:

Self deployed

Version:

4.0

Release Date (UTC):

2021-04-14

CANARIE Project ID:

RS3-086

Tags:

atlas geovisualization Mapping stories multimedia online cartography oral history

How to Cite:

Atlascine by Geomedia Lab & Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre