Month: March 2016

Geospatial tech to help art restoration, analysis and conservation

Geospatial tech to help art restoration, analysis and conservation

During an art analysis or restoration campaign, conservation scientists and art historians generate an enormous amount of data about an object or artist. This include digital images, spectral analysis as well as written observations. This information is used to drive conservation / restoration programs as well as inform historic, artistic and cultural interpretations. However because there is not a standard system for comparing all data relating to an object...