Cultural Heritage Solutions From DTDCH

The Morgan Library and Mueseum

The Morgan Library and Mueseum

Book Scanning

The digitization of bound materials such as books, magazines, journals, and newspapers is especially demanding. It requires a solution that delivers conservation handling, preservation image quality, production speed and extensive flexibility. DTDCH has several systems that meet these demands and are ideal for digitizing bound materials.

 

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Flat Artwork

Art Reproduction and other forms of flat artwork digitization is especially demanding. The range of materials is large: everything from paintings, sketches, and manuscripts to letters, musical scores, and postcards. This requires a solution that delivers conservation handling, preservation image quality, production speed, and extensive flexibility. DTDCH has several systems that meet these demands and are ideal for digitizing flat artwork.

 

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The Getty Open Content Program

Minneapolis Museum of Art

Film Scanning

Film scanning and other transmissive digitization is especially demanding. Cultural Heritage institutions often have collections that include common transmissive photographic media such as 35mm slide film, microfilm, and strip film, but also more esoteric transmissive material like glass plate negatives, nitrate films, lantern slides, medical x-rays, hand cut film, and large format film. Digitizing such collections requires a solution that delivers conservation handling, preservation image quality, production speed, and extensive flexibility. DTDCH has several systems that meet these demands and are ideal for digitizing transmissive materials.

 

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Sculpture & Decorative Arts

Shooting objects is especially demanding. Smaller items such as jewelry often challenge depth of field, while large objects like large installation art challenge resolution requirements. Digitizing such collections requires a solution that delivers conservation handling, preservation image quality, production speed, and extensive flexibility. DTDCH has several systems that meet these demands and are ideal for digitizing objects.

 

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Princeton: GIRI

Medical, Scientific, & Custom

DTDCH designs and manufactures its own camera bodies, lens panels, reprographic copystands, and accessories in the United States. Our diverse expertise in the areas of optical, mechanical, and software design provide us a virtually unlimited capacity to custom design solutions to meet specific needs.

 

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Oversized Materials

Shooting oversized materials is especially demanding, as large items such as wall-sized murals or large maps challenge resolution requirements. Digitizing such collections requires a solution that delivers conservation handling, preservation image quality, production speed, and extensive flexibility. DTDCH has several systems that meet these demands and are ideal for digitizing oversized materials.

 

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Download our Cultural Heritage Solutions Guide


The market for Cultural Heritage is diverse, with many different needs and challenges. For this reason DTDCH delivers modular and configurable solutions, which can be tailored to all specific needs.

Download this guide in PDF format for either digital or print use.

 

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