digital imaging technology

  • 1 Digital scent technology — is a technology to sense, transmit and receive scent enable digital media (such as video games, movies and music). This technology is based and works by combining olfactometer and electronic nose. History By the end of the 1950 s a Hans Laube… …

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  • 2 Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine — (DICOM) is a standard for handling, storing, printing, and transmitting information in medical imaging. It includes a file format definition and a network communications protocol. The communication protocol is an application protocol that uses… …

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  • 3 Digital imaging — For the digital forensic process, see Acquisition (forensic process). Digital imaging or digital image acquisition is the creation of digital images, typically from a physical scene. The term is often assumed to imply or include the processing,… …

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  • 4 Digital imaging technician — A digital imaging technician (DIT) works in collaboration with a cinematographer on work flow, systemization, signal integrity and image manipulation, to achieve the highest image quality and creative goals of cinematography in the digital… …

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  • 5 Digital radiography — is a form of x ray imaging, where digital X ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. Advantages include time efficiency through bypassing chemical processing and the ability to digitally transfer and enhance images. Also… …

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  • 6 Digital versus film photography — has been a topic of debate since the invention of digital cameras towards the end of the 20th Century. Both digital and film photography have advantages and drawbacks.[1][2] 21st century photography is dominated by digital operation, but the… …

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  • 7 Digital preservation — is the set of processes, activities and management of digital information over time to ensure its long term accessibility. The goal of digital preservation is to preserve materials resulting from digital reformatting, and particularly information …

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  • 8 Digital 3D — is a non specific 3D standard in which films, television shows, and video games are presented and shot in digital 3D technology or later processed in digital post production to add a 3D effect. One of the first studios to use digital 3D was Walt… …

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  • 9 Digital cinema — refers to the use of digital technology to distribute and project motion pictures. A movie can be distributed via hard drives, optical disks (such as DVDs and Blu ray Discs) or satellite and projected using a digital projector instead of a… …

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  • 10 Imaging science — is concerned with the generation, collection, duplication, analysis, modification, and visualization of images. As an evolving field it includes research and researchers from physics, mathematics, electrical engineering, computer vision, computer …

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  • 11 Imaging — is the formation of an image.Imaging may also refer to:* Digital imaging, creating digital images, generally by scanning, or through digital photography * Medical imaging, creating images of the human body or parts of it, to diagnose or examine… …

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  • 12 Digital mammography — is a specialized form of mammography that uses digital receptors and computers instead of x ray film to help examine breast tissue for breast cancer.[1] The electrical signals can be read on computer screens, permitting more manipulation of… …

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  • 13 Digital artifactual value — is a preservation term that refers to the intrinsic value of a digital object, rather than the informational content of the object. There are currently no established standards for what constitutes digital artifactual value. Nonetheless, born… …

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  • 14 Digital image correlation — and Tracking (DIC/DDIT) is an optical method that employs tracking image registration techniques for accurate 2D and 3D measurements of changes in images. This is often used to measure deformation (engineering), displacement, and strain, but it… …

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  • 15 Digital ICE — Digital Image Correction and Enhancement is a set of technologies related to producing an altered image in a variety of frequency spectra. The objective of these technologies is to render an image more usable by Fourier or other filtering… …

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  • 16 Digital mailroom — is a term used to describe the automation of incoming mail processes. Using document scanning and document capture technologies companies can digitise incoming mail and automate the classification and distribution of mail within the organisation …

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  • 17 Digital cinematography cameras — can be purpose designed professional cameras but cameras designed for domestic use are also used. Professional There are a number of video cameras on the market designed specifically for high end digital cinematography use. These cameras… …

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  • 18 Digital Surf — Type Private company Industry Computer software, Research and Development Founded 1989 …

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  • 19 imaging — UK US /ˈɪmɪdʒɪŋ/ noun [U] ► IT the process of using computer equipment to produce a complete or detailed picture of something: digital/medical/thermal imaging »Thermal imaging was used to locate broken sewer lines throughout the state. »imaging… …

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  • 20 Digital photography — Nikon D700 a 12.1 megapixel full frame DSLR …

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