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greyscale

(ˈɡreɪˌskeɪl) or

grayscale

adj
(Computer Science) (of a digital image) represented in shades of grey
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Quantum X, which was released at the Munich trade fair, is designed for industrial fabrication of refractive and diffractive microoptics, and is based on the firm's two-photon greyscale lithography technology.
When you do want to access a menu of apps, it strips them back to simple greyscale icons without any of the red 'read me' notifications that encourage mindless checking.
The steward of the Night's Watch took a break from poop-scooping duties to cure Ser Jorah Mormont of his greyscale, find the source of dragon glass and realise Jon is really Aegon Targaryen, true heir to the Iron Throne.
The steward of the Night's Watch took a break from poop-scooping duties to cure Ser Jorah Mormont of his greyscale, find the source of dragonglass and realise Jon is really Aegon Targaryen, true heir to the Iron Throne.
Other Information: TIFF 8-bit greyscale or PostScript
* Covert infra-red greyscale imaging and polarising effects;
Further, the pigeons were presentedwith the paintings in a reduced size, in greyscale and with a mosaic filter applied.
This streamlines printhead replacement and achieves consistent print quality across long print bars with multiple printheads, at different greyscale levels.
In-house direct-writing of masters, along with greyscale photolithography and advanced microscopy tools, allow pixel-by-pixel design and write capabilities for a full-range of micro-optics solutions at high volume production levels.
Last month Google revealed plans to force Android phones into 'shush' mode when placed face down on a table and have the screen show only greyscale colors late at night.