digital imaging

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digital imaging

Informatics The creation of computerized image files and transferring them to computers located elsewhere in a network or across the internet. See JPEG.

digital imaging

The capture and production of an image of an object, either on film or on a computerized display, where it can be reformatted and analyzed. Commonly used imaging modalities include x-rays, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance.
See also: imaging
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Beginning with sections on design concepts and visual communication, the work covers topics such as web design, interface design, digital graphics, photography, small scale audio and video production, and time based editing.
Sign A Rama is a full service sign franchise and has been serving the Salt Lake market since 1997 with a full range of quality signs, digital graphics and other sign services from the simplest sign to the very sophisticated.
Inside, there's better quality leather and a giant 12in screen displaying digital graphics of gauges and dials like in an airliner cockpit.
The attendants will showcase their recent products and achievements in the spheres of Products Hardware, IT Equipments & Systems, IT and General Business, Education in IT Sphere, Digital Graphics and Multimedia, Software and Services.
Fujifilm Corporation has announced a comprehensive new initiative aimed at providing its customers with the means to produce high quality wide format digital graphics for a variety of applications.
db is a file that stores your digital graphics files.
InfoExpo Focus: Digital Graphics is a medium-sized, progressive printing problem-solving company.
The digital graphics department, dubbing department, media library, and an equipment maintenance shop will complete the space.
The 18-inch monitor features dual video inputs so that it is compatible with both analogue and digital graphics.
Nasdaq: VFND) today announced that it had received clearance from the Federal Trade Commission under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 for the sale of its Digital Graphics Business Unit (DGBU) to MacDermid Graphic Arts, Inc.
It gives teens hands-on training in animation, digital graphics and design, and photographic manipulation, as well as lessons in workplace ethics and other factors involved in getting a job.
A magazine for creators and designers of digital graphics, multimedia and prepress production, Computer Pictures can be more technical than Computer Artist and focus a bit more on the pragmatic rather than aesthetic issues, still the reviews of products and software, tips on techniques and various special reports can be valuable.

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