Automated Processing and Visualization of Multispectral Image Stacks
Many individual and often manual steps go into the processing and visualization of a multispectral image stack. In this presentation, I will discuss ongoing work at Duke in both automating this processing as well as producing a variety of automated visualization outputs which have the potential for revealing different kinds of features in the imaged object, as well as potential avenues for future developments.
Ryan Baumann is a Digital Humanities Developer at the Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing (DC3). His research interests include 3D and multispectral imaging, computer vision, image processing, linked open data, and optical character recognition. As part of his work with the DC3 he also helps maintain and develop papyri.info, an online searching & editing platform for over 60,000 ancient papyri.