J. Bianca Jackson of UR’s Institute of Optics speaks on TISCH*--a new, nondestructive tool for analyzing artworks, architecture and archaeological objects. Among the works she has scanned are an ancient Roman fresco; an Egyptian bird mummy; and a wall painting from the Dom Cathedral in Riga, Latvia. Included in Gallery admission.
*Terahertz Imaging & Spectroscopy for Cultural Heritage Investigations
Photo by Adam Fenster.
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