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Spectral Reproduction Research for Museums at the Munsell Color Science Laboratory

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Museums are undergoing extraordinary changes. The digital revolution continues to redefine every aspect of business from collections management to exhibition presentation. Along with the institutions themselves, museum photography departments have moved swiftly into the digital arena, solving old problems, enabling new possibilities, and encountering many new complications along the way. A group from the Munsell Color Science Laboratory of the Rochester Institute of Technology has been building a growing body of research probing the state of museum imaging and investigating ways to improve the museum reproduction chain. At the same time, the research group has been participating in the development of imaging spectrometry for color reproduction. The overlap between museum reproduction needs and spectral imaging possibilities makes for important synergies that should contribute important new capabilities to the documentation, analysis and reproduction of museum artifacts.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-01-01

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