參與建制的中興大學人社中心數位團隊包括中心主任邱貴芬、資管系陳育毅教授、數位助理王筱渝與吳明倫； 講解部分由中興大學歷史系吳政憲教授與靜宜大學台灣文學系黃國超教授整理、 撰述與改寫。感謝中研院數位文化中心團隊授權寫真霧社供本中心使用，並感謝所有文字、影音資料授權者的協助，特別是駐校藝術家邱若龍先生提供紀錄片與數幀插畫，使本網站生色不少。
In 2011, the epic film, Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale, directed by Taiwanese director Wei Te-Sheng, caused a stormy effect in Taiwan. It depicted the 1930 Wushe Incident that involved very different political views. The movie promoted a popular sentiment to re-discover the Wushe Incident and energized a fierce discussion about historical narratives and the interpretation of cultures. The NCHU Research Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences (RCHSS) team integrated the open data and historical records, and constructed this website to present the geography, cultural relics, photos, illustrations and literary works related to the Wushe Incident from the remote cause to the aftermath of the survivors of Seediq Tgdaya villages, with the technique of “Historypin”. The website also explores the map and compares the past and present locations where the incident took place, to make users able to form a more solid concept of the time and space. The RCHSS team also provides English translation of the content to support foreign readers with basic knowledge about the incident. The website construction completed in October, 2014.
The RCHSS digital team, leads by Professor Chiu Kuei-fen, includes Dr. Chen Yu-yi of the NCHU Department of Management Information Systems, and assistants Wang Hsiao-yu and Wu Ming-lun. The team would like to acknowledge Professor Wu Cheng-hsien of NCHU Department of History and Professor Huang Kuo-chao of Department of Taiwanese Literature, Providence University, for collecting, arranging and re-writing the website’s interpretations of Wushe Incident. We are thankful for Academia Sinica Digital Center for authorizing us to make use of their project 寫真霧社 , for all of the owners who authorized us to use their texts, images or videos and helped us throughout the course of this project. We would like to express our gratitude to artist Chiu Row-Long for sharing with us his beautiful exclusive illustrations and his documentary film to enrich the website.