The Rashomon Project:
Online Toolkit for Multi-Perspective Video Chronologies
**October 2012: Rashomon Project Among Eight Winning Ideas for Apps from the Future
by the National Science Foundation / Mozilla Ignite Challenge: https://blog.mozillaignite.org/2012/09/ideation-winners/.
We Witness: A Panel on Digital Video, Social Media, and Political Protest
Short Video Description (80 sec):
Beta Version of Interface (Dec 2012):
Leila HilalDirector of the Middle East Task Force at the New America Foundation
Leila Hilal is director of the New America Foundation Middle East Task Force, which covers in-depth analysis and commentary on the Middle East and North Africa. Ms. Hilal has consulted widely and published on conflict mediation policies in the Middle East, including for the Chatham House, International Development Research Center, International Center for Transitional Justice, Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation, and the Euro- Med Human Rights Network. Ms. Hilal obtained her J.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School and LL.M. from Harvard Law School.Extended Biography
(Dec 10, 2012): We are making Rashomon available to selected groups during development. If your group is interested in using Rashomon to document an event, please contact Camille Crittenden: firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported in part by the US National Science Foundation / Mozilla Ignite Challenge and Knight Foundation Prototype Fund.
A project of the UC Berkeley CITRIS Data and Democracy Initiative with Witness.org, the Guardian Project, the Berkeley Human Rights Center, and the UC Santa Cruz Digital Arts & New Media Program.
Faculty Directory, CITRIS Data and Democracy Initiative
IEOR and EECS, College of Engineering, UC Berkeley
Dept of Art Practice and School of Information, UC Berkeley
Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, UC San Francisco
Contact: 425 Sutardja Dai Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720-1758