Our Expertise

Our Expertise

For the founders of Pixel Acuity, the preservation of our cultural heritage remains our highest priority. We’ve dedicated our careers to digitizing material artifacts through technically superb and aesthetically appropriate photo documentation.

Our combined expertise allows us to bring over half a century of imaging experience to every project. The practical knowledge we’ve accumulated enables us to manage the digital reformatting process of collections for virtually any need, including documentation through high-end publications.

As imaging professionals fully immersed in the ethos of the cultural heritage community, we blend our unique insiders’ viewpoint with superior technical knowledge, enabling us to offer customer service unparalleled in our field. With our seasoned perspective and valued connections, we can provide the appropriate equipment and offer the particular skills necessary for any imaging project. We fully appreciate the need to seamlessly blend in with your institution’s daily operations, and we are able to create workflows employing state-of-the-art technologies that adapt to your project’s goals and end-use requirements.

A highly specialized company, we’ve aided major institutions with their digitization efforts. We look forward to facing the challenges that your preservation project presents.

Our Expertise

DT PixelFlow

Advanced Digitization Workflows for All Applications Our next-gen proprietary workflow software, DT PixelFlow, leverages AI and a multi-variant processing pipeline to deliver best-in-class OCR, metadata, and deliverables. DT PixelFlow streamlines the capture and...

Museums and Institutions

The partners at Pixel Acuity have accumulated over half a century of hands-on experience digitizing cultural heritage in all its forms, including fine arts as well as a vast array of scientific collections. No matter the size or scale, Pixel Acuity has imaged it all,...

Libraries

Our founders’ experience provides significant assistance to libraries, as witnessed in our transformative work with The New York Public Libraries’ digital imaging program. The library system’s equipment, workflow and material delivery all needed to be extensively...

Archives

Pixel Acuity has a firsthand understanding of archived collections in all their rich diversity, singular uniqueness and cultural significance. We have fulfilled the digitizing needs of archivists in numerous fields across the years, preserving photographs, books,...

Natural History Collections

Pixel Acuity is dedicated to assisting in the preservation and documentation of natural history collections. As samples of our world’s biodiversity, these collections are an unparalleled source of research and knowledge for the future and are often inaccessible and...

Corporate Art Collections

A vast amount of our cultural heritage is contained within corporate art collections. Pixel Acuity is dedicated to applying museum-quality methodologies and standards to the imaging of these collections. Whether we are photographing original art or digitally...

Private Collections

The partners of Pixel Acuity have worked with scores of private collectors across the country. Whether you require insurance documentation or high-quality images for an art catalogue, we develop a digitization plan that fulfills your needs and goals after careful...

Negatives Slides

Digital imaging for negatives / slides – digital capture of transparent film formats Digital Imaging for Negatives, Slides and other Transparent / Transmissive Materials High resolution digital capture of photographic film negatives, slides and other...

Object

Object Photography – fine art and cultural object photography Digital Photography of Objects in Collections Ultra High Resolution images capable of oversized reproduction for graphics and marketing applications Amazing detail of objects to aid in academic...

Project Planning

Project Planning – resources for planning a digital conversion or archive project Many organizations know they have a need for creating, or converting to, a digital archive, but starting the process can be a daunting task. How long will it take? Is there funding...