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Real statements from current in production clients

Helping Preserve Ukraine’s Cultural Heritage

As one of the world’s leading providers of digitization solutions, it is our mission to facilitate the preservation of our collective heritage around the world and promote increased accessibility to heritage assets and awareness of the power of digital history repositories. We use the most advanced imaging technologies and training programs available to help organizations create enduring digital facsimiles.

The Morgan Library & Museum: A Longstanding Partnership With Digital Transitions

The Morgan Library & Museum is an awe-inspiring feat of cultural heritage conservation and architecture in the heart of New York City. It was built between 1902 and 1906 as the personal library of financier, collector, and cultural benefactor Pierpont Morgan, housing Morgan’s collection of rare books, manuscripts, and objects from some of the world’s greatest thinkers, writers, and creators. It has since grown into a major cultural institution. 

Branding from Legends to Legacy: Digitization of Sports Heritage

For sports teams and organizations, brands are built on the shoulders of legendary individuals. Coaches “Curly” Lambeau and Vince Lombardi helped the Green Bay Packers soar to new heights and athletes like Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, and Babe Ruth redefined their sports and transcended the arena to become cultural icons.

New York Public Library

Learn how the New York Public Library (NYPL) uses Digital Transitions products to catalog their rare book collection to make it available freely to world.

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New York Public Library’s Carl Van Vechten Slide Collection

This video provides an amazing inside look into the New York Public Library’s project to digitize their collection of slides by Dance Critic, Novelist, Journalist, and Photographer Carl Van Vechten.

Center for Creative Photography

A case study of the preservation-grade film scanning done at CCP using Digital Transitions and Phase One film scanning hardware.

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The Art Institute of Chicago’s Imaging Archives

The video below explores how the Art Institute of Chicago’s Imaging Archives used solutions from DT Heritage to digitize their collection of rare and delicate film material.

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Dallas Museum of Art

In 2014, the DMA received a grant to digitize the entire collection for an online database. They had 3 years to make it happen. Here is how DT Heritage helped.

The Morgan Library

Check out this great video from The Morgan Library detailing how they use and take advantage of DT DCH products and Phase One digital backs.

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Tarot Deck at The Morgan Library

The Morgan Library & Museum was contacted by Patrimonio Ediciones, S. L. in Spain, to publish a lush limited edition facsimile of the Morgan’s hand-painted fifteenth century Visconti-Sforza family Italian tarot deck, created by Bonifacio Bembo.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

See how the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign digitizes their rare and fragile books using their Digital Transitions Division of Cultural Heritage book scanning hardware.

University of Iowa

A behind the scenes look at the digitization program at the University of Iowa Libraries.

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Palm Leaf Manuscripts at the University of Iowa

The University of Iowa Libraries recently photographed several palm leaf manuscripts as part of a larger project to enhance the discoverability and accessibility of early manuscripts held in Special Collections.

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

The first book completed on our new DT BC100 book copy system was a mammoth tome titled The Old Silver of American Churches which became part of our Digital Library of the Decorative Arts collection. Read more about this project at Univeristy of Wisonsin-Madison.

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Duke University Libraries

Duke University Libraries established a relationship with Digital Transitions in 2009 when they were ready to upgrade. They describe the support from Digital Transitions, as “top of the line.”

Celebrating 20 Years of Digitization Excellence - 2003-2023

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