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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 Image Communications Laboratory (ICL)

The UCLA Image Communications Laboratory focuses their research on the image coding and transmission of communications and archiving systems. While the emphasis is on applied research, they are also studying a number of issues of theoretical importance. Areas of research include wireless communications, medical imaging, FPGA implementations, channel/source coding, data compression, image...

https://johnvillasenor.com/
View Resource Digital Imaging and Image Processing

The first site is an excellent introduction to digital imaging from the Eastman Kodak Company (1). There are five lessons with review questions and competency exams, covering fundamentals, image capture, and processing. A more technical introduction is found at the Digital Imaging Glossary (2). This educational resource has several short articles about compression algorithms and specific imaging...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/nsdl/met/2002/1108