This week I wrote the last in a series of postings that discussed how MATLAB associates matrix values with specific screen pixel colors. The series talked about the two fundamental image display models (indexed and truecolor); the scaled indexed image variation; using indexed scaling to program brightness/contrast controls; and the grayscale and binary image conventions in the Image Processing Toolbox.
For easy reference, here is the entire series:
- Truecolor and indexed images
- Scaled indexed images
- Window-level and CLim
- Reference information
- Grayscale and binary images
[Updated 10-April-2006 to add link to the reference information post.]
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