# 06 - Representation of Images

1. Look at the binary code given that has been used to create the image sequence. Which line has not been represented correctly?

All lines are represented incorrectly

All lines are represented correctly

The last line

The first line

2. The colour depth of an image is measured in bits. The number of bits indicates how many colours are available for each pixel. In the black and white image, only ___ colours are needed. This means it has a colour depth of 1 bit. (1 bit can be either 0 or 1

two

three

four

five

3. A 2-bit colour depth would allow ______ different values: 00, 01, 10, 11. This would allow for a range of colours such as shown in the image below.

4

8

6

2

4. So what about the human eye? Some experts estimate that we can distinguish perhaps as many as 10 million colors. Others estimate about 1 million, but 10 million is the top estimate. True or False?

TRUE

FALSE

5. The image below shows a creative website that made a million dollars by creating a website with a million pixels and selling pixels to customers. What is a pixel?

pixels are large images that can be broken down into binary bits

pixels are microscopic numbers that make up binary numbers

Graphics or Images are made up of tiny blocks (dots that make up an image) called pixels.

pixels are just numbers that represent an image.

6. True or False? The more pixels on the screen, the higher the resolution and the better the quality of the picture will be.

TRUE

FALSE

7. Image files can be either bitmaps or vectors. Which of the following statements are true of bitmap images?
```1 - Bitmap images can be stored as .bmp files

2 - Bitmap images are not vector images - this means they are likely to blur on
increasing the resolution. ```

Neither statement is true

Both statements are true

Statement #2 is true

Statement #1 is true

8. Each colour of an image is stored as a binary number. In the black-and-white image below, each pixel is either_________________________________

black or white

0 or 1

1 or 9

non binary or binary

9. In the image below, what represents a black square?

0

1111

0

1

10. For a simple black and white bitmap image, you only need 1 bit. A 0 could represent a white pixel and a 1 could represent a black pixel. Remember that 1 bit can be either "on" (0) or "off" (1).

FALSE

TRUE

11. Read the excerpt below and see if you could suggest a solution to the given problem.
```The colour depth of an image is measured in bits. The number of bits
indicates how many colours are available for each pixel.

In the black and white image, only two colours are needed.
This means it has a colour depth of 1 bit.

What about if we needed four colours?
e.g. Dark Grey, Light Grey, Black and white?

What could be done?```

This cannot be done easily as it is only possible to have 1 bit available.

A 4-bit colour depth would allow only four different values and this would solve the problem.

A 2-bit colour depth would allow four different values: 00 (white), 01(black), 10(dark grey), 11(light grey)

This cannot be done. Images on a computer can only be black and white

12. The greater the colour depth (bits per pixel), the more colours are available.From the table below how many colours would be available with a colour-depth of 8 bit?

256

128

1

8

13. Most computer systems and digital cameras use _____-bit images. ______ in binary is 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111. This means there are over 16 million possible colours per pixel.

12

24

32

2

14. __________ is a measure of pixel density, usually measured in dots per inch (dpi). Images on websites usually have a ____________ of 72 dpi.

Pixelation

Resolution

Responsification

Revolution

15. High quality printed images in books and magazines have a ________ resolution than computer screens. Magazines often use either 300 dpi or even 600 dpi.

lighter

higher

darker

lower