Day 1


Livestream video

Day 1, Opening

  • Cécile van der Harten - A short introduction to the conference and practical information

Session 1 Day 1

  • Joumana El Zein Khoury - Against the odds; safeguarding and digitizing collections with minimal means
  • Millard Schisler - the Digitization Kit

Day 1, Session 2

  • Keats Webb - Spectral and 3D Object Documentation using a Modified Camera
  • Marco Gaiani - ISLe a solution to understand Leonarda da Vinci drawings using 3D techniques
  • Jay Muhlin - Ordinary Toxicity: Photographing Mid-20th Century DDT
  • Q&A

Day 1, Session 3

  • Naomi Dines - Cumulative lessons in more accessible photogrammetry
  • Erik Lernestål - when the community gives back
  • John Hindmarch - 3D Digitization of Baroque Ceilings
  • Q&A

Day 1, Session 4

  • Roy Berns - High- resolution Multispectral Photography
  • Karl Koch - Cobalt Blue - Does It Look Right?
  • Scott Geffert - Panel Discussion: Imaging standards: have we learned from our mistakes and what will the future bring (including Q&A)



Day 2


Livestream video

Day 2, Session 1

  • Cécile van der Harten - Opening
  • Andrew Bruce - Shifting standards (2D manual)
  • Felix Horn - 3D scanning of art with colour management for bavarikon
  • Paul Messier - Development and use of the UV Innovations reference target for documenting UV-visible fluorescence
  • Q&A

Day 2, Session 2

  • David Larsen - Digitisation, Preservation + Presentation of the ANC Archive
  • Carolona Gustaffson - 20 years 200 km north of the Polar Circle
  • Sotirios Alpanis - Imaging Hack Days on the BL/QFP
  • Q&A

Day 2, Session 3

  • Vince Rossi, Jon Bundell & Ralph Wiedemeier - The Smithsonian Open Source 3D Pipeline - from Preservation and Processing to Authoring and Delivery
  • Lyn Wilson - 3D Imagery for Interactive Apps: the ALAp Case Study
  • Victor Lindbäck - Museums - share your 3D models!
  • Q&A

Day 2, Session 4

  • Clara Molina Sanchez - Digitizing an giant pop-up book
  • Susan Smelt & Carola van Wijk - High-Resolution Imaging in the Rijksmuseum: Pushing the Limits
  • Robert Erdman - The Big Picture: Data Fushion and Machine Learning for Large Cultural Heritage Collections
  • Q&A