The two most important dates on the DT CulturalHeritage calendar every year are our East Coast and West Coast Round Tables. While we stay in touch with our
The two most important dates on the DT CulturalHeritage calendar every year are our East Coast and West Coast Round Tables. While we stay in touch with our clients year round, these two round tables provide us the chance to spend an entire day listening to the work they are doing and the challenges they face.
This year the East Coast Round Table is October 25th at The Morgan Library and Museum as well as at the new-and-improved DT CulturalHeritage offices.
In the morning, at the Morgan, we’ll have breakfast followed by several speakers presenting on a variety of topics.
In the afternoon, at DT’s new office, Doug Peterson, our Head of R+D, will be presenting on the DT Digitization Guide for Transmissive Materials, a 70 page document that covers both the theory and practice of the digitization of film and other transmissive materials. He’ll be very eager for feedback on this document, as well as for sample materials to include in the digital companion. If you have color negative film (any size or emulsion) that DT can scan for inclusion in the guide, please contact him at [email protected] to arrange to ship it or bring it to the Round Table.
He will also be present the results of our initial CH testing of the Phase One IQ4 150mp digital back, the new DT Book Cradle, and a new cable management system for the DT Atom, DT Element, and DT Versa.
While the presentations will be informative, we equally look forward to the opportunity this round table affords us and our clients to connect and network with each other. It is the open sharing of knowledge and collegiate environment that makes the CH community so special.
We can’t wait to see you all!
Photo by Graham Haber from the Morgan Library and Museum