Multispectral imaging unveils the contents of ancient manuscripts — The Archaeology News Network

An imaging technique at the Duke Libraries renders hidden text visible once more. Multispectral imaging (MSI), captures images under different colors of light, eliciting details from texts that are imperceptible to the naked eye or a conventional high-resolution camera. Multispectral imaging (MSI) can unveil text and images in decayed manuscripts that may be illegible to…

via Multispectral imaging unveils the contents of ancient manuscripts — The Archaeology News Network

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