High level it is a binary representation (numbers) of visual information.

And how is it represented? It depends on the format, we will get into that later, but it is nothing more than an array of numbers.

For example – lets just take a 256 level black and white image and just look at the pure or raw data that would make up an image – it can be expressed in digital terms as a 2-dimensional array.

ImageArray(100,200) or ImageArray(y,x) or ImageArray(height,width)

Where 100 or y is the vertical size, and 200 or x is the horizonal size.

Each element in the array is 8bits (can vary on image format) and can hold a value between 0 – being 100% black to 255, 100% white.

But enough talk – lets see it in action.


See the Image Processing Table of Contents



Have a Project or Idea!?

I am Available for Freelance Projects

My skills are always primed and ready for new opportunities to be put to work, and I am ever on the lookout to connect with individuals who share a similar mindset.

If you’re intrigued and wish to collaborate, connect, or simply indulge in a stimulating conversation, don’t hesitate! Drop me an email and let’s begin our journey. I eagerly anticipate our interaction!

jamie@jamiestarling.com


Pin It on Pinterest

Share This