Saturday 10th November, 2012
10:30am to 12:00pm
In summer 2012 the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum will embark on a pilot program with interns from the Cultural Technology Program at New Mexico Highlands University. The program aims to test the practicality of advanced digital imaging technologies: stereo photogrammetry and reflectance transformation imaging, on historic structures, furnishings and works of art. The project will test how entry-level professionals can apply some of these algorithmic imaging methods in field conditions to scientifically document and monitor deterioration in both cultural heritage sites and cultural collections. This collaborative project will yield open data, which will be made accessible to other heritage sites that want to emulate this method.
Presently head of conservation at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. My Tweets=My Views. Just trying to make museums & imagination essential & relevant! bio from Twitter
Photography/exhibit design faculty in Cultural Technology Program/Media Arts Dept. at New Mexico Highlands University. bio from Twitter
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