Research


Digital Humanities Research

In 2013 I started publishing research on using technology to improve humanities research and study. Primarily I’ve been interested in applying computer vision techniques to improve art history study.

At the moment, beyond my work on Ukiyo-e.org, my primary area of research is in using computer vision techniques to improve art history photo archives, especially those specializing in Italian art. More information on that ongoing project can be found here:

Italian Art Computer Vision Analysis

Papers and Talks

Data Mining Research

From 2003-2005 I was a part of the Center for Discovery Informatics at the Rochester Institute of Technology (located in the Lab for Applied Computing).

The majority of my research was into data mining instant messaging networks (Project: IMSCAN).

Papers

Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja

Secrets of the JS Ninja

Secret techniques of top JavaScript programmers. Published by Manning.

Ukiyo-e Database and Search

Ukiyo-e.org

Japanese woodblock print database and search engine.


John Resig Twitter Updates

@jeresig

Infrequent, short, updates and links.