New paper: Understanding multispectral imaging of cultural heritage: Determining best practice in MSI analysis of historical artefacts

What do people actually do when they undertake multispectral imaging of cultural heritage? I’m really pleased that our latest paper has been published, that helps set out the answer to this question, and provides a literature review on heritage digitisation that has been using multispectral imaging, comparing and contrasting methods. This formed part of Dr Cerys Jones’ PhD research, and I was really delighted to supervise this with Adam Gibson and Christina Duffy:


Jones, C, Terras, M, Duffy, C & Gibson, A 2020 “Understanding multispectral imaging of cultural heritage: Determining best practice in MSI analysis of historical artefacts”. Journal of Cultural Heritage.

You can see the journal version online here – but the link above will take you to the authors’ submitted copy.  Enjoy!

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