EEGR6118 Images and image viewers/tools
The gif images should be viewable on your web-browser by simpling
the image file links. The ".img" files are readable by the older pcore
software or the imgPro4 software.
Some files must first be viewed in your browser (some are links to
All ".img" images are 256x256 pixel 8-bit flat binary files with no
and can be read by ImgPro4 and converted to ".bmp" files.
You may right-click the
image when it appears in your browser to save the file; some files
may be directly downloaded by holding down the shift, alt, or ctrl key
while clicking on the links below.
Some of the ".tiff" format files below may be converted to ".gif" or
other convenient programs by using tools such as a "paint" tool or IrfanView.
We will use many standard test images from a variety of sources,
mostly from the USC-SIPI Image
National Institutes of
Carnegie Mellon Computer Vision test Images
and some locally generated images. Some textures are small excerpts
from P. Brodatz, "Textures: A Photographic Album for Artists and
Designers," New York, NY: Dover, 1966. Other sources of interes include
media lab vistex
Mellon Texture Database
and LBNL Image Library and Federation of American
Scientists IMINTImage Intelligence Gallery and Terraserver and homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/rbf/HIPR2/ and BioImage and Biometric Database