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1 Chapter 12 Graphics and Images
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2 Overview Images Static Pictures Bitmap (.bmp), jpeg, gif, etc. Graphics Drawing on the form
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3 Sample Programs and Exercises BitmapViewer.vb A program that loads, saves, and manipulates a bitmap image ConvertToGrayscale.vb Converts a color bitmap to a grayscale image MeanSmoothing.vb Smooths an image SobelGradient.vb Horizontal and vertical gradient and inverts the image
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4 Images Images allow the programmer to convey and explore ideas not easily represented by text. With .NET’s tools, manipulating and displaying images is a simple task when programming. You will learn about the bitmap’s file format and the elements that make up an image.
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Bitmap Images The bitmap file format (.bmp) is the standard uncompressed image format It allows programmers to target a single pixel or a group of pixels with a set of universal coordinates. The rows of pixels are stored “upside” down but the programmer does not have to worry about it because the API (Application Program Interface) handles it. Displayed Image
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course COP 2271 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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