Broncolor Scope D50 Visualization System
Broncolor Scope D50 Visualization System

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Broncolor Scope D50 Visualisation System

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The portable surface visualisation system, developed by broncolor - powered by TRUVIS, is the result of a successful combination of scientific and digital innovation as well as technical know-how from 60 years of experience with photographic lighting systems.
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The object is illuminated from many different angles using the optimally arranged LEDs in the dome-shaped housing of the broncolor Scope D50. In order to authentically reproduce the shape, colour and texture of a surface, the surface visualisation system creates a two-dimensional overall recording from 48 individual images.
This digital recording can be viewed in any web environment and mobile device thanks to the simple workflow and the optimally coordinated hardware and software.
The information that is stored digitally during the recording allows a spatially and temporally unrestricted analysis, as well as subsequent adjustment of the surface illumination. These advantages, in conjunction with its mobile usability, make the broncolor Scope D50 a trend-setting product in the field of surface visualisation.


Cultural Heritage
From large art museums to scientific research and remote archaeological sites: Cultural heritage imaging is currently the state of the art method for digitally capturing and recording human treasures for posterity.
The compact, portable yet robust design of the broncolor Scope D50 makes it a powerful companion in this field. Particularly the preservation of historically valuable objects is often a race against time. Many of the materials are highly sensitive and have a short lifespan. GLAM institutions concerned with the preservation of cultural heritage therefore know just how important it is to archive objects digitally in good time.
With the new broncolor Scope D50 it is now possible to capture and record a variety of objects and materials for cultural heritage purposes.

An important feature for the work of museums, research institutes and cultural institutions is the reproducibility of the images.

Thanks to the integrated solution of the broncolor Scope D50, the digital image can be created, exchanged, displayed and compared anywhere in the world. This makes it possible to make qualitative and quantitative comparisons between objects with similar properties and to draw empirical conclusions.
Broncolor Scope D50 powered by Truvis
Broncolor Scope D50 - Karl Taylor and Urs Recher

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