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ISCC 2010 Annual Meeting

The Colors of Multi-Colored Things:
Understanding and Controlling Multi-Color Technology
North Carolina State University
October 7-8, 2010, Raleigh, NC
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Preliminary Program

Thursday October 7, 2010
8:00-8:20 Registration and continental breakfast
8:20-8:30 Welcome
8:30-9:05 Keynote Address
Color in digital preservation, digital in color preservation
Robert Buckley, Rob Buckley Consulting
Interest Group 1: Basic and Applied Color Research
Session Chair: Ann Laidlaw
9:05-9:35 The effect of texture on perception and measurement of whiteness
Juan Lin, North Carolina State University
9:35-10:05 The Feynman paint-mixing problem, redux
Michael H. Brill, Datacolor
10:05-10:20 Break


Describing color differences: How good are your color comments?
Carol Tomasino Revels
10:50-11:20 Instrumental assessment of complex multicolored patterns
Gang Fang, North Carolina State University
11:20-11:50 Estimation of Maximum Color Error via Spectral Simulation
H. J. Trussell, North Carolina State University; M. J. Vrhel, Artifex Software, Inc
11:50-1:10 Banquet and Annual Meeting
Interest Group 2: Industrial Applications of Color
Session Chair: Jim Roberts
1:10-1:40 Color Tolerances in Black and White
Ann Laidlaw, X-Rite Inc.
1:40-2:20 Colorimetric solid phase extraction (CSPE): Using color to monitor spacecraft water quality
Daniel B. Gazda, Wyle Integrated Science
2:20-2:50 Objective mottling control at the line with new and innovative testing technologies
Gabriele Kigle-Böckler, Byk-Gardner GmbH
2:50-3:10 Break
Interest Group 3: Art, Design and Psychology
Session Chair: Barbara Martinson
3:10-3:40 A brief history of the idea of yellow, red, and blue as chromatic primaries in painting
Rolf G. Kuehni, NC State University
3:40-4:10 Reconstructing the original colors of Vincent Van Gogh's The Bedroom, part of the permanent collection of the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
Roy Berns, RIT
4:10-4:40 A brief history of the color circle
Rolf G. Kuehni, NC State University
4:40-5:10 Revisioning Color
Carl Jennings, University of Hawai'i
5:10-6:30 T Shirt Printing
Poster Session
6:30 Reception, College of Textiles Atrium
7:00 Dinner, College of Textiles Atrium

Friday October 8, 2010
Education Session
Session Chair: Dave Wyble
9:00-10:00 Measurement and specification of gonioapparent color
Allan Rodrigues and Larry Steenhoek, Dupont Performance Coatings
10:00-10:30 Do’s and Don’ts of Color Instrument Correlation Studies: How to Get Meaningful Results
Roland Connelly, X-Rite Inc
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 Color Management of Textiles
David Hinks and Nancy Powell, NC State University
12:00 Box lunch
12:15 Closing
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