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Color Color blindness, Blue, Color temperature, Visible spectrum, Red, Ishihara color test, Black, Primary color, Color code, Green, Metamerism, Orange juice, Hue, Color television, X11 color names, Light-on-dark color scheme, Color photography (Kartoniert / Broschiert / Paperback)

Books LLC, Reference Series, April 2012


190 S. - Sprache: Englisch - 254x192x15 mm Paperback

ISBN: 115642545X EAN: 9781156425459

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 190. Chapters: Color blindness, Blue, Color temperature, Visible spectrum, Red, Ishihara color test, Black, Primary color, Color code, Green, Metamerism, Orange juice, Hue, Color television, X11 color names, Light-on-dark color scheme, Color photography, Web colors, Color vision, Animal colouration, Theory of Colours, Color rendering index, Linguistic relativity and the color naming debate, On Vision and Colors, Hand-colouring of photographs, Color theory, Indexed color, Film colorization, White, Color balance, Color terminology for race, Louis Cheskin, Mary's room, Color management, Gamut, Color wheel, Color grading, Demosaicing, Polychrome, Color calibration, Grey, Standard Reference Method, Evolution of color vision in primates, Color model, Color space, Color of water, Lightness, Opponent process, Colorfulness, Bayer filter, Colorimetry, Color constancy, List of color spaces and their uses, False-color, Chromotherapy, Cerebral achromatopsia, Spectral sensitivity, Trichromacy, Color psychology, Tertiary color, Inverted spectrum, Dominant wavelength, Chromophore, Tristimulus colorimeter, Monochrome, Dichromatism, Complementary color, White point, Impossible colors, Kreft's dichromaticity index, Secondary color, Iridescence, Imaginary color, Chromostereopsis, Glob, Basic Color Terms: Their Universality and Evolution, Kruithof curve, Color solid, Luminance, Color mapping, Grassmann's law, Whiteness, Spectral power distribution, Mired, Color mixing, Windows Color System, Tints and shades, Line of purples, Color preferences, Fine Paints of Europe, Auxochrome, Benham's top, Blue Wool Scale, Color symbolism, Color chart, ColorZilla, Color tool, Spectral color, Color wheel graphs of complex functions, Descriptive Color Names Dictionary, DispcalGUI, Unique hues, Index of color-related articles, G7 Method, Mars Black, Color Quality Scale, HTML color names, Remarks on Colour, Farrow & Ball, Bezold effect, Gardner color scale, Prabashvara, Harmonic, Neugebauer equations, Color in Islamic history, Color engraving, On Colors, Colourant, Blee, Bastard, Paleness, APHA color. Excerpt: Color television is the technology and practices associated with television's transmission of moving images in color. In its most basic form, a color broadcast can be created by broadcasting three monochrome images, one each in the three colors of red, green and blue (RGB). When displayed together or in fast succession, these images will blend together to produce a single color as seen by the viewer. One of the great technical challenges of introducing color broadcasting was the desire to reduce the high bandwidth, three times that of the existing black-and-white (B&W) standards, into something more acceptable that would not use up most of the available radio spectrum. After considerable research, the NTSC introduced a system that encoded the color information separately from the brightness, and greatly reduced the resolution of the color information in order to conserve bandwidth. The brightness image remained compatible with existing B&W television sets, at slightly reduced resolution, while color televisions could decode the extra information in the signal and produce a limited-color display. The higher resolution B&W and lower resolution color images combine in the eye to produce a seemingly high resolution color image. The NTSC standard represents a major technical achievement. Although introduced in the U.S. in the 1950s, only a few years...


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