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View Resource Bodleian Library/Toyota City Imaging Project: A Collection of Motoring and Transport Images from the John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

The Bodleian Library of Oxford University has released its first digital imaging project on the web. The John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera, one of the largest and most important collections of printed ephemera anywhere in the world, was the source of the thousands of motoring and transportation images now accessible at this site. This image database can be searched by keyword or by...

http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/toyota/
View Resource The Cost of Digital Image Distribution: The Social and Economic Implications of the Production, Distribution and Usage of Image Data: Final Report

This newly released report is the product of a 22-month UC Berkeley study of the Museum Educational Site Licensing Project (MESL), a two-year experimental collaboration between seven cultural repositories and seven universities that distributed approximately 10,000 images for classroom use and individual research. The report found that, while the higher education community is enthusiastic about...

http://besser.tsoa.nyu.edu/howard/imaging/1998mellon/mellon_...
View Resource GIF Wizard

GIF Wizard, originally provided by Raspberry Hill Publishing, is an online multi-platform utility that reduces the size of GIF files in order to decrease download time. Users simply enter the URL of the page that contains the GIF(s), and image sizes will be reduced up to 90%. Also, GIFs can be optimized with best-fit colors, solid Netscape safe colors, and dithered Netscape safe colors--your...

https://giphy.com/search/wizard
View Resource Web Developer Forum

Cooltype provides an excellent, well organized collection of Adobe Photoshop tips and tricks from Nick Ustinov and others experienced in using Photoshop's features. Although maintained by Mr. Ustinov, the website is sponsored by Thunder Lizard Productions. The tips and tricks are all listed on the main page by type of effect, with the most recent additions being tagged with a gif entitled "new."...

http://www.webdeveloper.com/
View Resource LOOKSEE: Discussion List on Image-Based Humanities Computing

Organized by Matt Kirschenbaum of the Department of English at the University of Kentucky, this new list will explore issues related to image-based humanities computing. The list will host both informal discussions in which members are free to post any queries or comments, and structured examinations of particular topics introduced in turn by Kirschenbaum. The first of these will be medical...

http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/looksee.html
View Resource Guides to Quality in Visual Resource Imaging

On July 17, the Research Libraries Group (RLG), Digital Libraries Federation (DLF), and the Council on Library and Information Resources announced a new set of five guides to the technical and planning aspects of digital imaging of visual resources. As the official press release notes, "this new Web-based reference is designed to serve the growing community of museums, archives, and research...

https://old.diglib.org/pubs/dlf091/
View Resource The Computer Vision Handbook

A work in progress, this site outlines resources for computer vision techniques, including societies and funding; general references and lab procedures; and indices and programs for mathematics, computer science, graphics and physics. The goal of this electronic handbook is to provide graduate students and others new to computer vision research with a useful tool because, "...the computer vision...

https://www.cs.hmc.edu/~fleck/computer-vision-handbook/
View Resource Moving Theory into Practice: Digital Imaging Tutorial

The World Wide Web gives us an unprecedented opportunity to provide people around the globe with access to significant historical and cultural works. However, the Web, by its very nature, requires those works to be in some electronically transmittable form before they can be made available, and most historical documents, by their very nature, are in a form well-removed from the computerized world...

http://preservationtutorial.library.cornell.edu/
View Resource Filling Holes in Complex Surfaces Using Volumetric Diffusion

Presented at the First International Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization, and Transmission held in Padua, Italy, June 19-21, 2002, this 11-page paper by James Davis, Stephen R. Marschner, Matt Garr, and Marc Levoy presents an algorithm that can fill holes in 3D models using volumetric diffusion. Using a 3D model of a section of hair from a photograph of the Michelangelo's David, the...

http://graphics.stanford.edu/papers/holefill-3dpvt02/
View Resource Wavelets: Seeing the Forest and the Trees

Released on February 25, 2002, this article from the National Academy of Sciences' Beyond Discovery online magazine "describes the development of the mathematical modeling technique known as wavelets." Used in image compression and digital signal processing, wavelet functions are important for computer graphics and animation. The article is very well organized and can be understood by anyone with...

http://www.nasonline.org/publications/beyond-discovery/wavel...
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