Imaging @ Museum Plantin-Moretus (Unesco World Heritage)

Mid January 2013 a first imaging session was held at Museum Plantin-Moretus (Unesco World Heritage). Museum Plantin-Moretus is the external partner of the RICH Project. Just prior setting up in Antwerp, we received the new high-resolution sensor (28 million pixels). Apart from testing out the new sensor and software, we focused on imaging the Wenceslas Bible, an early 15th century illuminated manuscript.

Imaging of an unfinished illumination inside the Wenceslasbible at Museum Plantin Moretus (Unesco World Heritage), Antwerp, Belgium

Imaging of an unfinished illumination in the Wenceslasbible at Museum Plantin Moretus (Unesco World Heritage), Antwerp, Belgium

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