Sponsored by: Warren County Historical Museum
Michael C. Sostarecz, Professor of Mathematics, Monmouth College (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) is an imaging technique used to non-invasively bring out surface details on artifacts. This lecture will share improvements on how the data is collected, an original model to combine the experimental images, and new options for post-processing. The artifacts presented will include Greco-Egyptian pottery from the Ashmolean and British Museums, arrow points from Monmouth College’s Native American Lithic Collection, and Greek coins from the College’s Shields Collection. With a focus on qualitative comparisons to current models for RTI, this presentation will be geared towards a general audience. Planned extensions of the project involve forensic science, dinosaurs, and scuba diving, albeit probably not at the same time.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 7:30 pm at the Warren County Historical Museum, 238 S. Sunny Lane, Monmouth, IL 61462
Live and on ZOOM: Meeting ID 605 178 8810 Passcode 3xQBD4