Overview

11/13/98


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Overview

Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science

Our Students and Alumni

What is an Image?

What is an Image?

Images and Object Properties

Other phenomena as Images

Seeing what your eyes can't . . .

Imaging Systems

Imaging Science

History of Imaging

Images and our Human Identity

Two Kinds of Images and Imaging

Writing

Pictorial Imaging

Nature of Writing and Pictures

The Camera Obscura

The Renaissance

Isaac Newton (1642 - 1727)

Joseph Niepce

First Successful Photograph

The first Photo-Mechanical Printing Plate

Electronics and Digital Communications

Microstructure of 19th Century Wood Engraving

Microstructure of 19th Century "Stipple" Engraving

žMoonÓ, 1851 Daguerreotype

The Hand of Mrs. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, 1896

Daguerreotype of Louis Daguerre

Imaging is Everywhere!

Light

Archeology/Conservation

Astronomy

Astronomy - Optics

"Girl Scouts in Mud" Why does light refract when it enters a slower medium?

Remote Sensing - Defense

Remote Sensing - Environment

Meteorology

Forensic/Criminology

Medical Imaging

Holography

Commercial/Personal

Electrophotographic Process Modern Xerography

The Halftone Idea Producing grays with just black and white

Cathode Ray Tube (Television)

Analog vs. Digital

žGrainÓ of Film and Paper Example of Silver Halide Imaging

What is a Digital Image?

Image Resolution vs. File Size

Human Visual System A big part of Imaging Science

In Summary

Summer 1999 Workshop

Summer 1999 Workshop

What you will learn . . .

Who should attend . . .

Questions

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Author: Dr. Jeff Pelz

Email: pelz@cis.rit.edu

Home Page: www.cis.rit.edu/people/faculty/pelz