NSF Funds CHI Project With Princeton University

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Graphic courtesy of Szymon Rusinkiewicz and Corey Toler-Franklin, Princeton University

The National Science Foundation’s Cyber-enabled Discover and Innovation (CDI-Type1) program has awarded a grant to Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) in partnership with Dr. Szymon Rusinkiewicz of Princeton University’s Department of Computer Science.

The grant enables the Princeton-CHI team to create an open-source software tool, the Collaborative Algorithmic Rendering Engine (CARE), that will yield accurate rendered drawings from the same photographic data sets that are used in Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI). Learn more…


Collaborators

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Collaboration is central to our mission, vision, and values at Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI).

Developing and implementing innovative imaging technologies requires the CHI team to work with a wide range of professionals in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, as well as with experts in computer science, computational photography, and other fields. This collaboration leads to insights that further the creation and dissemination of truly useful imaging technologies.

CHI is grateful to the collaborators on our growing list. This page cites some of the organizations we work with.

Museums and Archaeology Collaborators

Technology Collaborators