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Determining Color Temperatures for Archival Digital Images of Works of Art
This paper evaluates current practices in digital imaging of works of art and examines whether those practices result in colors that are as accurate as possible in relation to the original intention of the work. Currently, ...
The Sustainability and Preservation of Virtual Museums
This paper examines the sustainability of virtual museums. As there is not a working definition of a virtual museum, for the purposes of this paper a virtual museum will be defined as an institution that collects digitized ...
Citizen Science and Digitization: Examining the Process of Digitization in Crowdsourcing
The rise of digitization strategies in cultural and scientific institutions yields multiple benefits. Not only are the materials preserved for future use, but the information and data within the digital files becomes more ...
The Necessity of Environmentally Sustainable Digital Preservation and its Effects on Preservation Workflow
This essay is an investigation into which aspects of digital preservation affect Global Warming and how cultural heritage institutions can mitigate their participation in the Climate Emergency while maintaining good ...
Emulation in Practice
Since 1999, determining the viability of emulation as a means to preserve digital assets has been up for debate. Throughout the last twenty years, emulation has been refuted, proven effective, and compared to other digital ...
Collecting and Preserving Time-Based Media Art in Georgia’s Museums
Time-based media art (TBMA), art that utilizes technology and has a distinct beginning and end (video, film, slides, audio, or computer-based) is a popular medium among artists. The preservation of TBMA presents a unique ...