Visitors to the Kimbell’s Picasso and Braque show will be able to use iPads loaded with a specially-created app to analyze what they’re seeing. Working with Reza Ali of MegaVision, a digital-imaging company, the app features “spectral images” (not the ghostly type), that let you see the paintings in infrared and ultraviolet light, revealing features invisible to the naked eye!
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