Slides C481 B581 Computer graphics Dana Vrajitoru Image representation and dominant energyEd color hue, tone composing blue + yellow = white, green + red = yellow. http://www.cs.iusb.edu/~danav/teach/c481/repr_color.html
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Extractions: There are many formats for storing pictures in digital format. Images associated with personal computer systems are stored in pixel format. A pixel is an individual dot or element with associated intensity and color information. Pixels are combined to form images. The size of each pixel is a function of the quality of the monitor. For most monitors, the pixel size is about 0.28mm. Color Depth Some storage formats for pictures involve compression , a technique that reduces the amount of storage space required for the picture, often at the expense of quality. Other formats alter the color depth of the image, as less color will require less storage space. Color depth refers to the number of unique colors used by the image. Using more colors in a picture will require more storage space (bytes). For instance, a single bit can be either on or off. This would correspond to two colors, black and white. Using 8 bits for each pixel would result in a color depth of 256 colors. The more colors you have, the more realistic and natural the image looks. The following table shows the connection between color depth and the number of bits representing that color depth.
Extractions: Rohit Khare firstname.lastname@example.org , University of California at Irvine Adam Rifkin email@example.com , California Institute of Technology In considering the future of "compositional software architectures" as rendered through distributed object systems and on the World Wide Web, it is useful to set aside the hype of new technologies and consider what is already being accompished with existing infrastructures. On the Web, users and developers have already adopted two powerful ways to compose active processing with information distribution: active pages ("cgi-bin") and active proxies . In this position paper, we focus on the latter as a tool for parties beyond the original developer to externalize extensions to a software or information architecture. Independent extensibility is a critical affordance of compositional software architectures. To realize the full potential of concurrent evolution of systems by all the system's stakeholders, architects should be encouraged to support externalized, component-oriented hooks. In particular, active proxies on the Web demonstrate the power of independent evolution and the serendipitous synergy of orthogonal services. Soon, HTTP in conjunction with PEP will systematize this power and bring it to clients and servers as well. When fetching a resource through the HyperText Transport Protocol, clients can contact the origin server
Citation DMIXA Multi Faceted Environment for composing and Performing Graphical user interfaces(GUI); Screen design (eg, text, graphics, color); Windowing systems http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=581734&coll=portal&dl=ACM&CFID=11111111&CF
Extractions: The estimated duration of the proposed course will be nine and a half hours. The course will be divided into four separate parts, each of which will deal with one particular area of the subject in question. The theory and examples found in each chapter together form the entire model application. RATOLs Courseware includes 15 High-End BBBs (equivalent to 9.5 hours of execution time, average of 38 minutes per BBB), so that one sub-chapter of course material forms one BBB. Each BBB contains one CN and four to ten LFUs. All BBBs contain material with the same level of detail. Getting started: (2 hours, RATOL) Introduction to graphical user interfaces (GUI) (20 min) The first program (40 min) Painting with text (30 min) Scroll bars (30 min) The following amounts of Basic Building Blocks are scheduled: 4 High-End BBBs (equivalent to 2 hours of execution time) Course Nodes (representing Basic Building Blocks): graphical user interface introduction (to) graphical user interface, X-windows, windows programming windows program basics (of) windows programming, programming
Extractions: The Internet in one form or another has been around for more than thirty years. Yet it's only in the past few years that the Internet's popularity has exploded and continues to explode. One big reason for the sudden explosion in the Internet's popularity is the Internet's move from a text only medium to a very graphics oriented medium. Engaging graphics is the magic that attracts so many people to the Internet and Web surfing. Consider how boring a newspaper or magazine with no pictures or terrible pictures is. Newspapers, magazines, and other publications with engaging color graphics are more interesting than publications with black and white (monochrome) pictures. Helpful Books Related About Computers Articles ... Related Information Buying Guides Additional Information About Today's Products Test System Growth of the Web In 1990, the developers of the World Wide Web (WWW) at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland started letting other scientific Internet users know they had developed the WWW document format. Among other things, the then new WWW format allowed graphics to be used within documents transmitted over the Internet regardless of the type of graphics capable computer used, by using a graphics capable WWW browser.
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Extractions: SYNOPSIS The Raster3D molecular graphics package consists of a core program render and a number of ancillary programs ( balls ribbon rods ) which produce input files for rendering from Brookhaven PDB files of atomic coordinates. Raster3D can also render images composed using version 1.4 of Molscript [Per Kraulis (1991) J. Appl. Cryst. 24, 946-950]. Raster3D uses a fast Z-buffer algorithm to produce high quality pixel images featuring two light sources, specular highlighting, Phong shaded surfaces, and shadowing. Output is in the form of a pixel image with 24 bits of color information per pixel. Raster3D does not depend on graphics hardware for operation. Four image output formats are supported: AVS, TIFF, SGI libimage, and a private format which is backwards-compatible with earlier versions of Raster3D. To actually view or manipulate the images produced, you must also have installed an image viewing package (e.g. John Cristy's ImageMagick or the SGI libimage utilities). Although the rendering program is not specific to molecular graphics, Raster3D is not intended as a general purpose ray-tracing program. Ancillary programs are provided only for the generation of object descriptions based on atomic coordinates stored in Brookhaven PDB format. Raster3D Version 2.1 supports rendering of five object types: spheres, triangles, planes, smooth-ended cylinders, and round-ended cylinders. New in version 2.1 is support for two additional "object types" which are really modifiers for characteristic properties of existing objects. One of these allows specification of explicit surface normals at triangle vertices; the other allows specification of surface reflectance properties specific to individual objects. Neither of these features is used by the current version of the auxilliary programs distributed with Raster3D, but their inclusion may encourage use of the Raster3D rendering program in conjunction with other code which depends on these capabilities. The provision for explicit surface normals, for example, should allow the use of Raster3D to render general molecular surfaces.
Dynamic Graphics Training will explore skills for preparing graphics for print the history brush; color management;color modes and colors; Simple methods for composing multiple images http://www.dgusa.com/dgstore/a/dgtps6.htm
Extractions: This workshop is designed for those who want to expand their abilities using Photoshop. Emphasis is on color capabilities and applications for producing color images for reproduction and multimedia. Attendees should have basic experience using Photoshop prior to this class. Windows users will also benefit. Cher Threinen-Pendarvis is an award-winning graphic designer, fine artist, author and educator based in San Diego. Having worked with both traditional and electronic tools for more than 20 years, she is currently principal of her own design and consulting firm. Threinen-Pendarvis is the author of the Painter 6 WOW! Book from Peachpit Press. Her articles and art have also been published in many national publications including Computer Artist, MacUser, MacWeek and Step-By-Step publications. Her work appears in the Photoshop WOW! Book and The Official Photoshop Handbook, among others.
Extractions: Requirements Millennium Systems Supplies Accessories etc Buy or Lease ... Marketing Support Requirements Requirements Millennium Systems Supplies Accessories etc Buy or Lease ... Marketing Support MILLENNIUM Systems Because we know that customers have different requirements, our pricing structure lets you put together a system that fits your needs. MILLENNIUM printers can be purchased separately, purchased along with our exclusive graphics design software, color byte , or purchased with a number of special add-on options including encoders. With direct color systems For those who may have prior graphics experience or those who wish to edit graphics files, additional software modules are available to assist you in creating more intricate designs and effects and manipulating images in advanced ways. Our
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MMST11002 Books composing Cyberspace Identity, Community and Knowledge in the Electronic Age; Crimein Web Designer's Guide to graphics; Web Site graphics color, the Best Work http://infocom.cqu.edu.au/Courses/2002/T3/MMST11002/Course_Site/books.html
Extractions: If you would like to learn more about the topics covered in this course, check out some of these books in the CQU Library . This is not a complete list of relevant titles - just a selection. The Library can be contacted by phone (1300 369 038), fax (07 4930 9972) or e-mail ( firstname.lastname@example.org Borders in Cyberspace: Information Policy and the Global Information Infrastructure Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace Communication and Cyberspace: Social Interaction in an Electronic Environment Composing Cyberspace: Identity, Community and Knowledge in the Electronic Age
Extractions: September/October 1996 Volume 7, Number 1 Since the advent of the desktop-publishing revolution some 10 years ago, Adobe Systems Inc. has been a leader in providing tools for the creation of graphics and multimedia. Recently, the company has also become a leader in the Web explosion, with a slate of electronic publishing tools. What Adobe has long lacked is a good educational license program, which is why its products have not appeared in UCS user areas. Until now, that is. Late this summer, UCS purchased such a license, paving the way for economical administration of software from centralized servers. UCS's new multi-platform (Mac OS, Windows 95 and UNIX) license from Adobe capitalizes on the company's line of authoring tools. The software is now available throughout UCS-supported user areas, including KOH 200, WPH B34, the Leavey Library Information Commons, SAL 125, and in the Taper Hall of Humanities. The software covers an array of graphics, desktop publishing, multimedia authoring and electronic publishing tools. Adobe Photoshop Photoshop is the leading photo-design and production tool, offering a wealth of painting and selection features. Image-editing tools and filters let users retouch and correct true-color or black-and-white scanned images. Photoshop includes support for multiple layers, lighting effects, color-correction and full GIF 89a support for creating Web graphics. Also available for the Mac OS and Windows 95 platform are the Adobe Gallery Effects filters, which let users transform ordinary images into natural-looking works of art, including chalk and charcoal, emboss, fresco, mosaic, graphic pen and spatter.
Web Building And Design HTML Quick Reference Up to date information on HTML. composing Good HTML Common mistakesto watch out for when writing HTML. Adding color and graphics. http://www.bios.niu.edu/webmasters/building.html
Extractions: Style Sheets WebBBS "WebBBS is, as the name implies, a Web-based bulletin board...WebBBS is shareware ...the registration fee is only $50 by US check or money order" WebBoard "1,000-user IRC Chat, SQL database support, and per-board traffic logs... class threaded discussion, including paging, broadcasting, and enhanced security"
WEB RESOURCES A Beginner's Guide to HTML. Help on creating HTML documents from the W3 Organization.composing Good HTML. Optimizing Web graphics Which color Palette? http://www.ohsu.edu/webadmin/resources.shtml
Extractions: Browser-Specific HTML Tags ... Chat and Discussion There are hundreds of HTML tutorials and resources on the Web. Below is a small sampling of some sites with which to start. NCSA HTML Primer - The National Center for SuperComputing Applications has been a core resource in developing the Internet. This is an excellent guide, both for beginners and for those with more advanced knowledge. Internic "15 Minute" series - You can download modules, either in PowerPoint or HTML, from this collection of Internet training materials. Provided as a service to the research and education community by the InterNIC. A Beginner's Guide to HTML Help on creating HTML documents from the W3 Organization Composing Good HTML reallybig.com - "The Complete Resource for All Web Builders" The Comprehensive List of HTML Resources Web Developer's Virtual Library The Web Style Manual , by Patrick J. Lynch, is perhaps the best resource available on the Internet for creating an effective World Wide Web presence. Produced by the
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Extractions: CAMELEO allows you to take full advantage of Kodak's PhotoCD file format technology (both read and write) in conjuction with the CAMELEO CD-Recorder module available in multiplatform ISO 9660 format. CAMELEO is multitask, multiplatform and perfectly adapted to the power of Unix workstations (SUN, SGI, HP, Digital, IBM, Intel Solaris x86 and Linux). Thanks to the Caldera technology for advanced memory management, CAMELEO allows the user to handle very large img and easily process and display files hundreds of MegaBytes in size. CAMELEO is a 1 to 16 bits per color component software (up to 48 bits RGB, 64 bits CMYK, 16 bits GrayScale, plus 256 transparency levels).
E-Newsletter Formats But composing and sending is extremely fast, making this format the best for likea web page, with lots of design elements color, graphics, photos, varying http://www.nwsltr.com/formats.shtml
Extractions: You have five options for electronic publishing, from plain text to PDF By David M. Freedman and David J. Friedman Producing an electronic newsletter is cheap and fast because there is no printer or postage involved. Its possible to write, format, and distribute an e-newsletter all in one day or maybe an hour making it ideal for urgent messages. E-newsletters are distributed by e-mail, through a website, or both. Not only do you have to choose between those three distribution options, but you must also decide what format or combination of formats you will use. The following chart can help you make that decision. Below the chart we will describe in greater detail each format option, its advantages and disadvantages, and what kinds of software the newsletter readers need to view the publication. Newsletter format Software required Main advantages Disadvantages Plain text e-mail Any e-mail software Cannot include color, vary fonts, or use basic formatting such as bold, italic, tables, bullets, etc.