The Division of Cultural Heritage had a busy two week schedule in Washington DC this past April with DPLAfest 2016 and the IS&T conference running back to back in the nations capital. DTDCH presented at both conferences. At DPLAfest our own Doug Peterson presented along with Jim Studnicki of Creekside Digital and Don Williams of Imaging Science Associates on FADGI Compliance. The following week, Doug, along with Marco Zamarin of Phase One, presented on Auto Cropping at IS&T. We also had the opportunity to show off our newly designed DT Atom workstation at DPLAfest. Many people stopped by to take a look and ask questions about this extremely versatile tool.
Did you miss us at IS&T and DPLAfest? Don’t worry! You can catch us at ALA in Orlando, SAA in Atlanta, or IFLA in Columbus. Or contact us to chat, or to set up a remote demonstration using our Remote Demo Center (screen, video, audio, file sharing).