greyscale


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greyscale

(ˈɡreɪˌskeɪl) or

grayscale

adj
(Computer Science) (of a digital image) represented in shades of grey
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Born colour-blind, his greyscale vision defined him in his formative years.
Color-based or greyscale analyses of 2D images is likely to lack important data for accurate identification, mainly in difficult lighting conditions.
In an effort to break my smartphone addiction, I've joined a small group of people turning their phone screens to greyscale - cutting out the colours and a going with a range of shades from white to black.
In an effort to break my smartphone addiction, I've joined a small group of people turning their phone screens to greyscale " cutting out the colours and a going with a range of shades from white to black.
Several seasons ago Jorah (Iain Glenn) was sent away by Daenerys and told not to return until he found a cure for his greyscale, which could potential turn his entire body into stone.
Other Information: TIFF 8-bit greyscale or PostScript level 3
KEYWORDS: color conversion, greyscale to color, color to greyscale
This latest addition to the Xaar 1002 family of printheads jets drop volumes from 40-160pL and has greyscale capability (five levels).
With Lario, upto 320 cm printing width is possible and 600 Dpi x 600 dpi resolution with 16 greyscale levels is ensured.
The viewer displays 3D drawings in wireframe mode, plus visual styles that support hidden lines--including X-ray, shaded, and greyscale effects among others.
The fi-7160 offers duplex scanning speeds of up-to 120 documents per minute at 300DPI in color, monochrome or greyscale.
Scientists don't use these public images directly, relying instead on spectral analyses and greyscale data.