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In recent years more advanced imaging techniques have been introduced to study, document, curate and preserve our heritage. Pixel+ focuses on two of them: Reflectance Transformation Imaging/Polynomial Texture Mapping and the Portable Light Dome.

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Hameeuw, Hendrik et al. “Pixel+ : Visualising Our Heritage.” 2018. Print.
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Hameeuw, H., Vanweddingen, V., Van Gool, L., Proesmans, M., Vastenhoud, C., Van der Perre, A., Vandermeulen, B., et al. (2018). Pixel+ : visualising our heritage.
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Hameeuw, Hendrik, Vincent Vanweddingen, Luc Van Gool, Marc Proesmans, Chris Vastenhoud, Athena Van der Perre, Bruno Vandermeulen, and Godelieve Watteeuw. 2018. “Pixel+ : Visualising Our Heritage.” In .
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Hameeuw, Hendrik, Vincent Vanweddingen, Luc Van Gool, Marc Proesmans, Chris Vastenhoud, Athena Van der Perre, Bruno Vandermeulen, and Godelieve Watteeuw. 2018. “Pixel+ : Visualising Our Heritage.” In .
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Hameeuw H, Vanweddingen V, Van Gool L, Proesmans M, Vastenhoud C, Van der Perre A, et al. Pixel+ : visualising our heritage. 2018.
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H. Hameeuw et al., “Pixel+ : visualising our heritage,” 2018.
@inproceedings{8571873,
  abstract     = {{In recent years more advanced imaging techniques have been introduced to study, document, curate and preserve our heritage. Pixel+ focuses on two of them: Reflectance Transformation Imaging/Polynomial Texture Mapping and the Portable Light Dome.}},
  author       = {{Hameeuw, Hendrik and Vanweddingen, Vincent and Van Gool, Luc and Proesmans, Marc and Vastenhoud, Chris and Van der Perre, Athena and Vandermeulen, Bruno and Watteeuw, Godelieve}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{2}},
  title        = {{Pixel+ : visualising our heritage}},
  year         = {{2018}},
}