Identifier File name Size RGB/monochrome D_1 CT-MONO2-abdo 512 x 512 Monochrome D_2 OT-MONO2-8-colon 512 x 512 Monochrome D_3 OT-MONO2-8-hip 512 x 512 Monochrome D_4 OT-MONO2-8-a7 512 x 512 Monochrome D_5 US-RGB-8-epicard 640 x 480 RGB D_6 US-RGB-8-esopscho 256 x 120 RGB D_7 MR-MONO2-12-angioan1 256 x 256 Monochrome D_8 MR-MONO2-16-head 256 x 256 Monochrome D_9 MR-MONO2-16-knee 256 x 256 Monochrome Identifier Pixel depth
D_1 8 D_2 8 D_3 8 D_4 8 D_5 8 D_6 8 D_7 12 D_8 16 D_9 16 Table 2: Correlation coefficient of original and encrypted image samples.
It also features 16,384 possible levels of gray (14 bit pixel depth
) and low image noise, which should make dark or high contrast images easier to view.
Bit depth, also called pixel depth
or color depth, determines how much color information each pixel in an image contains.
This relatively large pixel depth
can be embossed into ink, the result having an intaglio like texture.
"For CAD styling applications, the 12-bit pixel depth
translates into a more accurate understanding of surface contours and shorter development times," says Fisher.
You can let Debabelizer do the work for you by choosing "Remove Duplicate and Unused Colors" from a palette, or "Reduce Colors," or you can manually set the pixel depth
of your images.
A number of design choices are made during the compression stage, including image size (full screen, cropped, or reduced), resolution, pixel depth
, and compression factor.
The IMX425 is a perfect fit for high-speed factory automation with an 8-, 10- and 12-bit A/D converter and a throughput of up to 565fps at a 10-bit pixel depth
. The IMX432 is a reduced-lane version providing up to 98fps with a pixel depth
of 12-bits, and covers ITS and traffic solutions, in addition to life sciences applications, including microscopy.
where i and j is the pixel index, t is frame index, and N is the total frame number of an action sequence, d(i, j, t) and r(i, j, t) is current pixel depth
value and RGB value in t frame respectively.
First, there is pixel depth
, which is the number of bits assigned to each pixel to define its color or grey level.
In recent studies, it has been found that the quantization of pixel depth
introduces noise in DIBR .