Computer Science Department
The research activity of the MIPS Laboratory is constituted by four
distinct but interrelated sections which have their research focus on Multimedia, Interaction, Perception, and Society.
The laboratory was established in 2015 but is based on a long history of research carried on by current and former Team members.
Feel free to contact us for collaborations, further informations or additional materials.
Color Photographic Processes
Is there an easy way to identify analogue colour photographs?
Can I use cheap instruments to analyze a photo?
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESSES is an online protocol for preliminary photography identification that exploits a portable, inexpensive, readily available instrumentation.
Website and protocol created and developed by Ambra Cattaneo see Team Page.
VISIT THE WEBSITE AND DISCOVER THE PROTOCOL!
The purpose of this game is to investigate the usage of trivial and simple online games for assessing and researching color vision perception, with a special attention towards color vision deficiencies.
We collect anonymous data everytime you play, including the errors and the type of errors you commit during the game. At the end of the game you will be presented with a chart showing on which colors you failed in the last try together with a global assesment which takes into considerations all the times you played.
Game designed and implemented by Luca Armellin see Team Page.
ARE YOU READY? LET'S PLAY!
PhotoFire2 is an open-source online database of technical data of photographic and cinematographic films.
The website is avaible in avaiable at this link in ITALIAN and ENGLISH: https://mips.di.unimi.it/photofire/
You can read more the project in the Film Restoration section.
Website created by Arianna Crespi and Giulia Morabito , database developed by Arianna Crespi .