#GASFilmFriday: 2012 Labino Lecture "Seeing Glass in Its True Colors"

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#GASFilmFriday: 2012 Labino Lecture "Seeing Glass in Its True Colors"

posted on 1:56 PM, September 30, 2017

"How did they do that?" That's a question colored glass artifacts often elicit. Colors are generated by solution, precipitation, coating, and staining; but concentration/thickness effects, redox, particle size, interference, and flourescent add extra interest. John Parker talks about "Seeing Glass in Its True Colors" in this Labino Lecture from 2012. #GASFilmFriday

Watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/196040922


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