ISCC 2010 Annual Meeting
The Colors of Multi-Colored Things:
Understanding and Controlling Multi-Color Technology
North Carolina State University College of Textiles
October 7-8, 2010, Raleigh, NC
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This meeting will confront the hottest issue in color today: Precise, accurate control of the colors of multi-colored objects. Markets today demand much tighter color tolerances than ever before, and color-production technology (including new colorants, new textures, and advanced gonio-apparent surfaces) challenges these tolerances. Our speakers will address the issues of the day, so you too can be on the forefront. We’ll
meet at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC on October 7-8.
Who Should Attend
This meeting is open to everyone with an interest in
promoting the interchange of ideas on the subject of color and appearance.
This conference is design to promote communications between technically oriented
specialists in color and creative workers in art, design, and education, so
as to facilitate more effective use of color.
To register, complete the registration
We have reserved a block of rooms at a special rate
of $74 per night at the Fairfield
Inn & Suites in Raleigh’s Crabtree Valley. To receive the special rate, state the promotional code, “ISCC”,
and make your reservation by September 6, 2010 by calling the hotel at: 919-881-9800.
The hotel does not offer a shuttle service. A taxi from Raleigh-Durham Airport
(RDU) will cost about $30. For those without transportation, a NCSU mini-bus
will be made available from the hotel to NC State’s Centennial Campus,
which is about 7 miles from the hotel. Directions between the hotel and the
College of Textiles are here.
Not a member of ISCC? Join today for the earliest access to the information
as well as a discount on conference registration!
- David Hinks: General Chair
- Mike Brill: Technical Chair
- David Hinks, Ann Laidlaw: Arrangements
- Henri Debar: ISCC Publicity Chair
Contact general chair David Hinks for
questions, concerns, or if you want to help.