Optical Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage
Vazquez-Molini, Daniel (editor)
Fernandez-Balbuena, Antonio Alvarez (editor)
A short book about different issues in optical technologies. The importance of optical technologies for artwork charaterization is well known, in this book we show some examples where different optical technologies are applied in real cultural heritage artworks.
Keywordsdigital archaeology; image classification; stratigraphy; landscape archaeology; sediment analysis; spectroscopy; proximal sensing; porcelain; enamels; China; 18th century; Raman microspectroscopy; pXRF; pigments; arsenic; cobalt; Naples yellow; Dzi bead; agate; X-ray diffraction; X-ray fluorescence; X-ray absorption near edge structure; X-ray imaging; colour; art; visual; accommodation; binocular vision; silver nanostars; surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy; cross-sections; copper phthalocyanine; blue pigment; analytical diagnostics; National Gallery of Parma; Madonna della Misericordia; pigment identification; preliminary drawing; gilding; Byzantine; projection mapping; calibration; lighting; cultural heritage; light damage; colour difference; ageing; monitoring; imaging spectroscopy; spectral imaging; exhibitions; preventive; quantitative; books; paper; conservation; archive; library; art conservation; spectral optimization; color quality; LEDs; light intensity; illuminance; exposure; energy efficiency; damage; daguerreotype; tarnish; chemical cleaning; electrocleaning; synchrotron; X-ray fluorescence imaging; non-invasive investigations; portable/reflectance spectroscopy; portable Raman spectroscopy; lead antimonate; enamel blue; caput mortuum; hyperspectral imaging; 18th century painting; FORS; XRF; photogrammetry; workflow; Alhambra’s Tower of the Captive; n/a
Publication date and placeBasel, 2022