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Used by professor Majid Sarmadi, a light booth in a textile lab demonstrates how color and light interact, with the color of fabric samples rendered differently under various light sources. Clockwise from upper left, the booth displays incandescent, supermarket, daylight and interior design light sources. One of the world's leading textile chemists, Sarmadi holds joint appointments in the College of Engineering's Materials Science Graduate Program and the School of Human Ecology's Department of Environment, Textiles and Design.
Image credit: Jeff Miller
Photo date: May 2005

A computer monitor in a textile lab displays a spectrophotometric analysis of dyed and washed fabric samples being studied by one of the students of professor Majid Sarmadi. One of the world's leading textile chemists, Sarmadi holds joint appointments in the College of Engineering's Materials Science Graduate Program and the School of Human Ecology's Department of Environment, Textiles and Design.
Image credit: Jeff Miller
Photo date: May 2005

Professor Majid Sarmadi sits in front of a light booth in a textile lab used to demonstrate how color and light interact, with the color of fabric samples rendered differently under various light sources. Clockwise from upper left, the booth displays incandescent, supermarket, daylight and interior design light sources. One of the world's leading textile chemists, Sarmadi holds joint appointments in the College of Engineering's Materials Science Graduate Program and the School of Human Ecology's Department of Environment, Textiles and Design.
Image credit: Jeff Miller
Photo date: May 2005
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