digital images

event: Workshop: Imaging Inscriptions in Manchester‏

21/09/2011 10:00
21/09/2011 16:00

Reflectance Transformation Imaging of Inscriptions: a workshop at the
Manchester Museum; Wednesday 21st September, 10am - 4pm.

Dr George Bevan and Prof Daryn Lehoux (Queen's University, Canada) will
lead a workshop demonstrating the use of 'reflectance transformation
imaging' in the study of inscribed objects (on metal and stone). The
aim of the day is both to provide a general introduction to the
technique and its potential, and to provide opportunities for hands-on
practice (using material from the collections of the Manchester Museum). [read more...]

Location

Manchester Museum
Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9PL
United Kingdom

Launch of TILE project blog

TILE: Text-Image Linking Environment is pleased to announce the launch of its public blog and informational site:

http://tileproject.org

Our first blog posting includes a description of anticipated TILE functionality.

http://mith.info/tile/2009/07/20/welcome/

Upcoming posts will include an invitation to participate in user testing, as well as announcements of software as it becomes available.

Visit often, or subscribe to the RSS feed for the latest news on TILE.

http://mith.info/tile/feed/ [read more...]

event: Historic maps and imagery for modern scientific applications

28/11/2008
30/11/2008

What kind of data sources, i.e. historic maps and engravings, aerial and terrestrial images or classic paintings, are available to address current day research objectives? [read more...]

event: Gazing into the 21st Century

16/10/2008

Second international conference on Image Science in Goettweig

www.donau-uni.ac.at/dis

Never before has the world of images changed so fast and the way images are produced transformed so drastically as in recent times. Second Life, Micromovies, Flickr, Virtual Reality, YouTube, Visual Music, Scientific Visualisation, Google Earth etc. are keywords standing for a multitude of new possibilities for individual producing, projecting and distributing of visual material. [read more...]

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