Hence: The likeness of anything to which worship is paid; an idol.
To represent or form an image of; as, the still lake imaged the shore; the mirror imaged her figure.
likeness of an object or view; in remote sensing, a likeness produced without photography using an electronic spectral sensor.
an object as seen in a mirror or lens (When looking in a mirror, we see an image of ourselves)
Dataformat in NEMO, used to represent 2- and 3-D images/data cubes. See also ccd.
Two-dimensional reproduction of a subject formed by a lens. When formed on a surface, i.e. a ground-glass screen, it is a real image; if in space, i.e. when the screen is removed, it is an aerial image. The image seen through a telescope optical viewfinder, etc. cannot be focused on a surface without the aid of another optical system and is a virtual image.
the signal on a CCD due to photons from an object
A place where an object appears to be, because the rays diffusely reflected from any given point on the object have been bent so that they come back together and then spread out again from the image point, or spread apart as if they had originated from the image.
language used in a figurative or nonliteral sense
a displayable object maintained in memory
a fractal object which is lighted and colored, as opposed to a ZBuffer
a function representing well-ordered object information on a topological space
an icon representing directly the features of an object
an idol only when it is the object of divine worship
an item of sense impression viewable even in the absence of the primary item which triggered it
an object, a link is an object, and the web page itself is an object
an object in its own right, meaning it must be created before it can be used, has methods that manipulate it, and should be destroyed when we are through with it
a viewable object
a computer term for a displayable file. Generated by POV-Ray from source code files.
The two dimensional duplication of a subject or image formed by the lens.
A graphic or photo saved in a computer viewable format.
Go up to the mirror. And see what reflection you get. If you get so many images, then you are a mass hero. If don't get nothing, then you are junior artist.
Reproduction of subject created by optics, normally in a plane. Images are real when they are formed in a plane as on film in a camera; they are virtual when viewed, as in a telescope.
Projection of an object or scene onto a plane (i.e. screen or image sensor).
The optical reproduction of an object, produced by a lens or mirror. A typical positive lens converges rays to form a "real" image which can be photographed. A negative lens spreads rays to form a "virtual" image which can't be projected.
The likeness of an object produced by an optical system or lens.
A bitmapped object that can be stored and loaded into an application. The client cannot modify an image.
An optical counterpart of an object formed by lenses or mirrors.
the pattern projected by an Optical System.
A full file system or raw logical volume backup as a single object.
The figure resolved by the refraction of light rays through a lens from an object.
(Vision Sensing) Projection of an object or a scene onto an imager chip.
The set of beliefs that a person or group holds of an object.