TECHNICAL ART HISTORY SERIES - Digital imaging methods for Cultural Heritage

Point cloud to Sound cloud: Digital Innovation and Historic Sound at Linlithgow Palace by Sophia Mirashrafi and James Cook

The seminars are part of the Technical Art History Series in Advanced Imaging Technologies for Cultural Heritage organized by the Rijksmuseum, the Computational Imaging group at CWI Amsterdam, and the Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities.

Please join us on Tuesday June 22 (4-5.30 pm CEST). Please register following the link or QR code on the poster.

Title: Point cloud to Sound cloud: Digital Innovation and Historic Sound at Linlithgow Palace
Speakers: Sophia Mirashrafi (Historic Environment Scotland), James Cook (Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland)

 

If you missed one of the earlier events, here are the YouTube links.
1. First session ‘Unlocking Art History: Letterlocking, X-ray Microtomography, and the Virtual Unfolding Algorithm’
2. Second session ‘Artificial intelligence in art conservation and preservation: Experience from the Ghent Altarpiece’ and ‘Macro Scale Chemical Imaging on works by Van Eyck’
3. Third session 'Tools for Making Sense of Cultural Heritage Data'
4. Fourth session 'Digital Innovation and Historic Sound at Linlithgow Palace'


A blogpost on the first session can be found here.

A blogpost on the second session can be found here.

A blogpost on the third session can be found here.

A blogpost on the third session can be found here.