The student will be able to face colorimetry from many points of view: technical, physical and perceptual, regarding measures, management and reproducton of color. These aspects will be studied in the context of cultural heritage.
Expected learning outcomes
Understanding, management and problem solving of colorimetry and lighting problems, applied to cultural Heritage.
Human vision system Radiometry and photometry Lighting for cultural heritage CIE standard observer Color matching functions CIE colorimetry Perceptual color spaces and atlases Color differences Gamut mapping Dynamic range of luminance and HDR images Computational models of HVS
Prerequisites for admission
Class lessons and exercises
"Misurare il colore", a cura di Claudio Oleari, Ed. Hoepli, seconda edizione (2008)
J.J. McCann, A. Rizzi, "The Art and Science of HDR Imaging", John Wiley, ISBN: 978-0-470-66622-7, pp. XXV+389, (2011).
Assessment methods and Criteria
The final exam is a written test, and, in case of a positive mark, an optional series of questions to change the mark obtained in the test. Written test aims at verify the level of competences acquired and the student capability in facing autonomously problems related to the course topics.