microimage


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microimage

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌɪmɪdʒ)
n
a very small image that cannot be viewed without magnification
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The analysis and photographic record of the most relevant anatomical characters were performed in a Top Light B2 light microscope using the software BEL MicroImage Analyser, obtaining the corresponding scales.
In the microimage of Ti[O.sub.2]@GFF, small Ti[O.sub.2] particles are well loaded in the interspace of GFF, as shown in Figure 3(b).
In the field of microlenses, a relevant example comes from De La Rue with the document W02013167887A 1 (Security devices and methods of manufacture therefor) which describes a security device comprising an array of printed lenses arranged on a first surface of a substrate and a microimage array underlying the array of printed lenses, whereby a synthetic image of portions of the microimages is generated by the lenses.
Images were captured with an Olympus DP 11 digital camera, and image files were processed using Microimage software (Olympus).
Microimage Video Systems, World Video Sales Co., Inc., Boyertown, PA
The TolTec Microimage Measurer, produced by TolTec Engineering Co.
The retrieval side of Travelers operation, headed by Julie Senerth, manager of Commercial Lines Document Management, uses Kodak microimage scanners to locate, and fax or e-mail documents directly from the film, greatly streamlining the process.
Integrated Imaging products like the Kodak Digital Science Document Archive Writer and the Intelligent Microimage Scanner allow customers to easily preserve information and digitally access it when needed.
Digital images were captured with an autoexposure CCD camera (MicroImage Video Systems Co., Boyertown, PA).
Kodak has begun worldwide shipments of its Digital Science Intelligent Microimage Scanner, a scanning device designed to convert information from 16mm film to a digital format.
MicroImage Video Systems, A Division of World Video Sales Co., Inc., Boyertown, PA