DATA CAPTURE AND ANALYSIS OF ARTIFACTS AND BIOLOGICAL SPECIMENS USING MULTI-CHANNEL IMAGES
Dr. Corey Toler-Franklin, iDigBio Visiting Scholar
Advancements in digital imaging techniques and low-cost acquisition devices allow researchers to study artifacts and natural history collections as they never have before. In this talk, Dr. Toler-Franklin will give an overview of these technologies and show how they can be combined in novel ways that improve their overall efficiency and robustness. Dr. Toler-Franklin will show how an acquisition and reassembly system that incorporates high-resolution surface and subsurface information from multi-channel images is currently being used to document and visualize archaeological artifacts and biological specimens.
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February 25, 2013
Room #122, Frazier-Rogers Hall