“Digital Color” by Poynton, Bourgoin, Clippeleer and Stone

  • ©Charles A. Poynton, Michael Bourgoin, Jan De Clippeleer, and Maureen C. Stone

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Entry Number: 13

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    Digital Color

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    Computers have been used to generate synthetic images since the first SIGGRAPH conference and to generate color images for nearly that long. But only recently has it become practical to create and reproduce digital images with predictable, accurate color, and only recently has it become reasonably easy to move images from the SIGGRAPH world into video, film, and print. This course explains the science behind color reproduction, image digitization, and image reproduction in video, film, print, and computer graphics.  

     


Contributed By:


    Mary Whitton

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    Charles Babbage Institute Archives, University of Minnesota

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