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Recently we partnered with R. B. Toth Associates to help further the study and application of Multispectral imaging to libraries and universities across the U.S. Our most recent stop had us at the Duke Library to show off some of our latest techniques in revealing hidden and damaged history in artifacts. Read the full story over at the Duke University Library blog on how we used IR narrowband light at 940 nm to bring out text in Ashkar-GilsonMS14 Deuteronomy 4.2-4.23 (Pictured Above)


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Mike Toth, Mike Adamo, Bill Christens-Barry, Beth Doyle, Josh Sosin and Michael Chan at the Duke Library