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15 October 1986 New Dithering Technique For Realistic Color Image Synthesis On Binary-RGB Displays
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Proceedings Volume 0638, Hybrid Image Processing; (1986)
Event: 1986 Technical Symposium Southeast, 1986, Orlando, United States
A new technique for the displaying of continuous-tone color pictures on a bi-level, tri-primary display or a display with limited numbers of colors displayable has been investigated. The significance of this technique is that it can provide pleasing and realistic images on a standard, low-cost, RGB graphic display, which is in abundant use in the personal computer community. Specific hardware has been constructed to acquire images from a video camera and generate these images on several personal computer (PC) color graphic system monitors. The time to process the digitized 24-plane, RGB image into the dithered 3-plane, RGB image is less than one second. Images have been created for several potential applications including a semiconductor failure analysis expert system.
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Robert John Gove "New Dithering Technique For Realistic Color Image Synthesis On Binary-RGB Displays", Proc. SPIE 0638, Hybrid Image Processing, (15 October 1986);


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