graphics, file format
There are many formats used to store images in files. GIF, TIFF and JPEG are very common. Others are BIFF, bmp, Clear, FITS, IFF, NFF, OFF, PCX, PNG, TGA, XBM.
Some of these are documented on-line at the following sites:
The Graphics File Format Page (http://dcs.ed.ac.uk/~mxr/gfx/). The NCSA file formats archive (ftp://ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu/misc/file.formats/graphics.formats). The Avalon repository (ftp://avalon.viewpoint.com/pub/format_specs).
- Image intensifier
noun 1. any of various devices for amplifying the intensity of an optical image, sometimes used in conjunction with an image converter
[im-ij-mey-ker] /ˈɪm ɪdʒˌmeɪ kər/ noun 1. a person, as a publicist, who specializes in creating for companies, political candidates, etc. noun See image consultant
- Image map
World-Wide Web An image in an HTML document with “hot spots” which when clicked on in a suitable browser, act as anchors or links to other information. For example, an image of a map of the world might provide links to resources related to different countries. Clicking on a country would take the user to […]
- Image of jealousy
an idolatrous object, seen in vision by Ezekiel (Ezek. 8:3, 5), which stood in the priests’ or inner court of the temple. Probably identical with the statue of Astarte (2 Kings 21:7).