Imaging science and I Guide - Resources and Review

Description of scanners, including GT
5000, GT-5500, GT-9500 and FS-200. Includes information on copyright and a download library.
Computer assisted imaging can reveal aspects of the process of making art not visible to the unaided eye. It also reveals the alterations of intervening centuries, alterations that were intended to repair the ravages of time and use, and to adjust images to reflect changing aesthetic preferences. Using Portrait of a Man, Master of the 1540s; The Virgin and Child, Workshop of Dirck Bouts and The Last Judgement by Jan Provoost the resource examines the techniques of infrared reflectography, X
radiography and ultraviolet light.
A national service set up to advise and support the academic community on the digital creation, storage, and delivery of image related information. Its objectives are to share and promote technical expertise and standards within the academic and public sectors, and enable the academic community to develop digital archives of good quality image related materials to support effective teaching and research by providing comprehensive information and advice. Includes information on copyright issues for groups wishing to create a digital image archive.
Report summarising the findings of a study that evaluated Kodak Photo CD technology as a tool for preserving and making research materials available electronically.
Book about the mathematics and physics of magnetic resonance imaging. Covers spin physics, NMR spectroscopy and information on imaging techniques, presentation, and hardware.
Examination of digital watermarking looking at applications and explaining different techniques including visible image watermarks, reversible visible watermarks, fragile image watermarks and robust image watermarks.
Tutorial designed to help curators, librarians, collection managers, administrators, scholars, and students understand the basic technology and processes involved in creating an image database depicting works typically found in museums.
Institute for the science and application of colour and imaging, which undertakes research, works with industry and commerce in technology transfer, provides industrial and postgraduate courses and contributes to national and international standards in colour and imaging.
QuickTime software allows playing and editing digital video, making use of Panoramas which provide 360 degree views and Objects which create a view from outside an image. Multiple panoramas and objects can be combined into Scenes. Software is freely available for use with Macintosh or Windows platforms.
The Society for Imaging Science and Technology is an international non
profit society whose mission is to advance the understanding and application of imaging science and technology, with particular emphasis on image assessment in the areas of graphic arts, photo-finishing, non-impact printing, photo-polymers, silver halide, electronic imaging, image preservation, pre-press technologies, and hybrid imaging systems. Publications include the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology and the Journal of Electronic Imaging.
Links to image oriented sites, including visual arts, multimedia, museums, journals, image retrieval and universities worldwide.
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