Cultural Heritage Imaging


Tom Malzbender Explains Interactive Relighting by Michael Ashley
June 5, 2009, 12:00 pm
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Tom Malzbender, senior research scientist at HP labs, explains how reflectance imaging can reveal previously unforeseen details of object, including the remarkable Antikythera Mechanism, an ancient astrological computer, whose purpose was unknown before it was deciphered using RTI and other cutting edge technologies.
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Tom is a longtime collaborator with Cultural Heritage Imaging, most recently as senior advisor on an NCPTT training grant, awarded to Cultural Heritage Imaging this year.
To find out more about Interactive Relighting, see the HP Labs Idealab page.
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