Client Case Studies

Real images and statements from clients using DTDCH systems.

University of Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin need a faster and more high resolution book scanner. The problem? Their books were too big, too long and too fragile for standard scanners. Their solution? The DT BC100.

 

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Duke University Libraries

Duke Libraries was in need of a solution to image fragile and damaged original material. Read how DTDCH partnered with a leading Multispectral company to develop a custom Multispectral Imaging solution for Duke.

 

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The Morgan Library & Museum

Read how The Morgan Library & Museum uses their 100 megapixel systems to make exact facsimile’s of rare fifteenth century tarot cards.

 

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University of Iowa Libraries

The University of Iowa Libraries photographed several manuscripts as part of a larger project to enhance the discoverability and accessibility of early manuscripts held in Special Collections. Read how high quality digital images create a new mode of access for students and faculty conducting research.

 

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Dallas Museum of Art

The DMA had 3 years to figure out how to digitize their entire collection and make it available to the public after being awarded a grant. Read on to see their end results and how they achieved their goals.

 

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