The physics of digital color

Roetling, Paul
December 1992
Physics Today;Dec92, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p23
Academic Journal
Describes advances in digital technology and introduces `Physics Today's' special section on digital color. Digital color images becoming commonplace; Digital color in newspapers and magazines; Explanation of digital color pictures; Example of digital picture; More.


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