Image Processing and RTI for cathedrals

Today we set up the Speaking with the Dead exhibition at Chester cathedral. It’s located in the South transept if you want to see it and Howard Williams just wrote a blog entry about it.

The exhibition is about how people have used and reused cathedrals for the commemoration of dead and is part of The Past in its place project.

As part of this exhibition we prepared this short video explaining some of the work we are doing with image processing and Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) at Chester for the recording and analysis of effigies and graffiti at the cathedrals we are investigating:


*Note: the video doesn’t have sound

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