Category Imaging

Digital surrogate of Lamassu

Gone here, born in the digital world: challenges of lost heritage digitization

By Vladimir Vilde Once a heritage site is lost, only textual descriptions, drawings and occasionally photographs remain. Nowadays, 3D models play an increasing role as a visualisation medium. They can provide an immersive experience that reflects the original appearance of a site [1]. Since these models are born and stored digitally, they can include metadata […]

COSCH Training School Group Photo

Colour & Space in Cultural Heritage

Colour & Space in Cultural Heritage (COSCH): a training school on hyperspectral imaging By E. Keats Webb In December 2014, the COST (European Cooperation in Science & Technology) Action: Colour & Space in Cultural Heritage (COSCH) brought together professionals from throughout Europe for a Training School on hyperspectral imaging of 2D polychrome surfaces. The training […]