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1 Color Theory

2 Prog3 (Update) Negative Image means reverse black and white. i.e. grayscale value of each pixel become: 255-original_value Test image and result examples are under course website s testimages/prog3/

3 Images in MATLAB Binary/1-bit images : {0,1} Intensity/8-bit grayscale images : value ranged from [0,1] in double or [0,255] in uint8. 24-bit colored images(3 channels) : m n 3 Multidimensional images: m n p (p is the number of layers)

4 1-bit Image Each pixel is stored as a single bit (0 or 1), so also referred to as binary image. Such an image is also called a 1-bit monochrome image or a pure black/white image since it contains no color. We show a sample 1-bit monochrome image Lena A standard image used to illustrate many algorithms

5 8-bit Grayscale Image Each pixel has a gray-value between 0 and 255. A dark pixel might have a value of 10, and a bright one might be 230. Each pixel is represented by a single byte; Image resolution refers to the number of pixels in a digital image Higher resolution always yields better quality Fairly high resolution for such an image might be 1600x1200, whereas lower resolution might be 640x480. Without any compression, a raw image s size = # of pixels x byte per pixel

6 24-bit Colored Image You can image them as three 8-bit grayscale images layered together Each pixel is represented by three bytes, usually representing RGB one byte for each R, G, B component 256x256x256 possible combined colors, or a total of 16,777,216 possible colors. In matlab, you can get R channel image by access I(:,:,1), similarly, G is the 2 nd layer, B is the 3 rd.

7 24-bit Colored Image-Example imshow(i); imshow(i(:,:,1)); imshow(i(:,:,2)); imshow(i(:,:,3));

8 24-bit Colored Image-Example

9 Color = EM Waves Light is an electromagnetic wave. Its color is characterized by the wavelength content of the light. Most light sources produce contributions over many wavelengths. Laser light consists of a single wavelength Short wavelengths produce a blue sensation, long wavelengths produce a red one Human can not detect light, but its contributions that fall in the visible wavelengths ( nm) Nanometer: 1nm=10-9 meter Image from

10 Human Vision Like a Camera Mapping camera components to the eyes Lens Lens, cornea Shutter Iris, pupil Film/Sensor Retina/Optic Nerve Retina: a light sensitive tissue lining the inner surface of the eye. The optics of the eye create an image of the visual world on the retina.

11 Human Perception of Colors Retina contains photo receptors Cones: day vision, can perceive color tone Red, green, and blue cones cones have different frequency responses Tri-receptor theory of color vision Rods: night vision, perceive brightness only produce a image in shades of gray ( all cats are gray at night! )

12 Define Colors via RGB Trichromatic color mixing theory Any color can be obtained by mixing three primary colors with a right proportion Primary colors for illuminating sources: Red, Green, Blue (RGB) Example: CRT works by exciting red, green, blue phosphors using separate electronic guns Used in digital images R+G+B=White

13 RGB Coordinate

14 Define Colors vs. CMY Primary colors for reflecting sources (also known as secondary colors): Cyan, Magenta, Yellow (CMY) Example: Color printer works by using cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK) dyes Subtractive rule: R+G+B=Black Used in printing

15 Luminance & Chrominance Color sensation can also be characterized by Luminance (brightness) HSB/HSV Chrominance Hue (color tone) Saturation (color purity) Hue, saturation, and intensity typically used by artists. HSB/HSV (brightness/value), HSL(light) Intensity-chromaticity color spaces, YUV and YIQ, Used for television broadcast.

16 Intensity-chromaticity based YUV (PAL TV broadcast, Europe & Asia, and some forms of NTSC) Code a luminance signal in Y channel, the luma". Chrominance refers to the difference between a color and a reference white at the same luminance. > use color differences U, V Human eyes are more sensitive to changes in luminance than in chrominance (for compression purpose) Y = 0.299R G B U = R G B V = 0.615R G B

17 Intensity-chromaticity based YIQ (NTSC TV broadcast, north America) I : in-phase Q: quadrature RGB-to-YIQ Y = 0.299R G B I = 0.596R G B Q = 0.211R G B YUV YIQ

18 RGB YUV & YIQ RGB-to-YUV Y =.299R +.587G +.114B U = -.147R -.289G +.437B=0.492(B-Y) V =.615R -.515G -.100B=0.877 (R- Y) RGB-to-YIQ Y =.299R +.587G +.114B I =.596R -.274G -.322B Q =.211R -.523G -.312B YUV-to-RGB R = 1.00Y +.000U V G = 1.00Y -.344U -.714V B = 1.00Y U +.000V YIQ-to-RGB R = Y I Q G = 1.607Y -.934I +.386Q B = 3.458Y I Q

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