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Hyperspectral Takes Old Maps Into New Territory

Late in 2014, Headwall sponsored a successful event at London’s Natural History Museum. The purpose of the gathering was to introduce curators and preservationists to the advantages and capabilities of hyperspectral imaging. Professionals in this field understand that the treasures under their control...paintings, documents, and artifacts...need to be preserved using the most advanced techniques available. Preservation largely means having an excellent understanding of the chemical composition of the underlying materials used to create the treasures. And what the eye cannot see, hyperspectral imaging can.

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Spectral Imaging Within the Collection-Care Industry

Hyperspectral imaging is finding a home in so many interesting places, among them the fascinating field of cultural preservation. Conservation care professionals across academia and the museum world are tasked with learning as much as they can about the treasures under their care.  These treasures range from artifacts such as vases, to paintings, documents, and maps.

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