Chapter 7 Homework - 1 CIS 3003 Chapter 7 Homework 1. Each...

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1 CIS 3003 – Chapter 7 Homework 1. Each pixel contains a SINGLE UNIT OF COLOR information. 2. Pixels in a pixelized image are all the SAME SIZE . 3. A pixelized image appears CONTINUOUS when viewed from a sufficient distance. 4. Binary code can represent colored, and black and white pixels. 5. Every pixel in a color picture has an associated binary number that characterizes its color. 6. Bitmap images generally take up more storage space than bitmap Vector graphics. 7. Vector graphics can be scaled easily without degradation in quality and resolution. 8. Each CCD sensor detects the intensity level of the three primary colors— RED, BLUE, AND GREEN . 9. In the additive color model, the sensors actually measure light intensity and do not distinguish color. 10. Each section of the spinning disk filter allows all color components to completely pass through. FALSE –only one color can pass through at a time 11. The CCD sensor array performs the sampling process whereby the camera captures only a finite number of samples of the actual image. 12. The number of bits allocated to each pixel is called the BIT DEPTH. 13. Our eyes can detect 10 MILLION unique colors. 14.
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course CIS CIS 3003 taught by Professor K during the Spring '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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Chapter 7 Homework - 1 CIS 3003 Chapter 7 Homework 1. Each...

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