3-Dimensional Digital Fingerprint of Paintings

Paintings are typically considered as more or less flat objects with color as the most relevant information. Therefore, they are mainly documented with conventional 2D techniques, which cannot record the 3D relief. However, there are many paintings, especially those with a 3D relief in the mm range, where this relief is an important features; containing additional information about the style and brush stroke of the painter, influencing the overall visual impression of the painting and defining, together with the color, an individual and unique fingerprint of each painting.

Provided by: EURASIP Topic: Software Date Added: Sep 2011 Format: PDF

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