Photo - Lab 2 - Nate Weber Lab 3 SUR 3331 This lab focuses...

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Nate Weber Lab 3 SUR 3331 This lab focuses primarily on measuring pixel size and size of images shown on photographs. Our first step to this project is to determine file sizes based on given information in the ‘properties’ of the picture as well as a known dpi resolution that the image was scanned at. 1) a. Determine the dimensions of the football stadium in pixels? The first thing we did to solve this was open the image in ‘paint’. This allowed us to use a coordinate system and get points for the corners of the field. After using the distance formula we found the distance to be 174.83 pixels. We know that a field is 100 x 53.3 yards. So we divided 174.83 by 100 to get a value for pixels per yard and got a value of 1.75 pixels per yard. We then multiplied this number by 50.3 to get our lateral distance in pixels across the field. Our final dimensions for the field are 174.83 pixels by 93.275 pixels. b.
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2009 for the course SUR 5000 taught by Professor Kiker during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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Photo - Lab 2 - Nate Weber Lab 3 SUR 3331 This lab focuses...

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