That’s what we are visualising:
‘Digital Colour Brightness’ is
- the numerical representation of the imaging technology that turns Light and Colour into numbers;
- using the RGB [Red, Green, Blue] colour model of computing – not the CMYK [Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Key (Black)] colour model of printing;
- and the weighting necessary to adjust technology to the human eye in terms of luminance which is also known as brightness.
The right kind of ‘domain experts’ with the right kind of ‘reference images’ will greatly contribute to the sciences of
- Vision and Imaging
- Microscopy at nanoscale
- Cameras at human scale
- Satellite images
- Displays and Imaging Technologies
- TV and medical
- measuring resolutions
- pixel sizes and materials
- Health and Medicine
- monitoring therapy
- high throughput processing for research
- Earth Sciences
- satellite images
- Space Science
- telescopic images.
Here are 9 PowerPoint slides about ‘Digital Colour Brightness’ in ‘True Colour 3D’.
And here they are as video of 4 minutes.
More videos as samples of test driving our Smart Knowledge Engine are on YouTube on this Smart Knowledge Space channel.
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