Is the digital remastered 3D version of The Lion King a part of Digital Humanities?
I would argue that this video Is also a form of digital humanities. Again, this video is an animation which means that the art of the video was created and spliced together artistically. This again inherently makes the video part of digital humanities, however I would also argue that the story that The Lion King tells more of a story of human culture than happy tree friends. The Lion king is a story of self doubt and confidence while Happy Tree Friends is a story of gore and nonsense. That means that if Happy Tree Friends is borderline digital humanities, then The Lion King is absolutely digital humanities. – Herbert
The artifact that the group presented that could be considered a part of digital humanities is artifact #1 since it demonstrates the digital aspect of Digital Humanities by using digital technology to preserve older films by enhancing them which helps film/video makers. It also demonstrates how digital technology has advanced and makes people wonder how much it will change in the future. – Ana
I would not consider any of the 3 videos to be considered part of the digital humanities. While they are digital, they are not part of the humanities: religion, the arts, language, etc. For something to be considered part of the digital humanities it has to have both of those things, but these videos are lacking the right content. – Reeves