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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11 Graphics Please move from slide to slide by using the Enter key on your computer. When you get to a slide that has a link to a website, you can just click on the link. You will go to the website. When you are finished looking at the site, you may return to the slide show by closing the browser. Continue with the slide show by using the Enter key on your keyboard.
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22 Vocabulary Vector Object Oriented Bitmapped Raster Line Art Dithering Resolution Pixels Bit depth Anti-Aliasing
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33 Vocabulary Raster A bitmapping device Monitor Laser Printer Scanner Digital Camera
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55 Vocabulary Resolution The crispness of detail or fineness of grain in an image Measured in pixels per inch or dots per inch (dpi)
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66 Vocabulary Pixel Picture Element The smallest unit that a device can address
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77 Vocabulary Bit depth The number of bits used to store information about each pixel Can describe the image or the monitor The more bit depth the larger the file
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88 Vocabulary Bit depth Monitor – monitor can show a certain # of colors Image – image may contain the specified #
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99 Vocabulary Bit depth 1 bit = 2 colors (black or white) 4 bits = 16 colors (16 combinations) 8 bit =256 colors 16 bit = 65536
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2011 for the course BSAT 321 taught by Professor Melaniemeche during the Spring '09 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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