Tripont CHS and Phase One at MuseumDigit 2019

Eric Joakim's lecture on Phase One multi-spectral imaging technologies   On November 26-27 we were present as main sponsor and exhibitor at the most exciting museum technology conference of the region at the Hungarian National Museum. On the third day of...

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Project of Digitization of the Serbian Cultural Heritage

Audiovisual Archive and Digitization Center of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA) is a leading scientific and cultural institution in Serbia. Founded in 1841, it boasts a library and archive, precious not only...

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Need to be photographed before they perish – but it matters how

Digitization: a word that is often used nowadays. But what does it mean exactly? People often think that taking a photo of a piece of art is the same as what we call digitization. But this is wrong. When a museum or a...

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Digitization of Petőfi-daguerreotype

According to our current knowledge, Gábor Egressy, an actor and amateur daguerreotypist, took the daguerreotype of Petőfi in the summer of 1845. Its size is not standard, 64x84 mm, between “6th” or “8th” sized plate. G.R.B, the creator's hallmark is affixed in the...

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Photogrammetry: Let’s enter the space of artworks – virtually

Remote sensing is not a trick of psychics. As a summary term, remote sensing refers to any method of data collection and processing whereby an object or even a large area of ​​land is measured from a distance without...

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Photographing glass is like photographing the sunset – Interview with the Hungarian glass sculptor László Lukácsi

On the 22nd of April 2017, at the Kunsthalle in Budapest, the 2017 National Salon "All Around Us" was opened, which has reviewed the past ten years of applied arts and design in Hungary. Among the beautiful creations a...

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