24-bit color

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24-bit color

Using three bytes per pixel in a display system (eight bits for each red, green and blue subpixel). Also called "True Color" and "RGB color," a total of 16,777,216 colors can be represented in the color palette. See color depth, 8-bit color and bit specifications.
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amp;nbsp;The display includes a feature Microsoft is calling TrueColor, which allows creators to "render the world.
7" OLED display features scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with wide viewing angles, HD720-(t250-X 7 2 0) resolution with 316 pixels per inch, TrueColor (24-bit/16M), and sunlight readability enhancements.
Caracteristicas: Resolucion de 8MP, tecnologias Truecolor, ClearFrame y AutoFocus de estabilizacion, ademas de ajuste de brillo , visualizacion panoramica 16:9, sensor 1080p (1920 x1080) formato, enfoque automatico, microfono de alta fidelidad; Windows 7, Vista y XP, requisitos Intel Dual-Core 3.
convierte la imagen RGB truecolor a la intensidad de la imagen en escala de grises eliminando el tono y la saturacion de informacion, manteniendo la luminancia.
today brightens your video calls with TrueColor Technology, a groundbreaking new image processing technology that provides superior color and brightness in even the worst lighting conditions.
Additionally, its 1920 x 1200 resolution and TrueColor technology provide sharp and brilliant images.
In addition to the new platform support, the latest release also offers Universal PDF printing, security enhancements, broader network compatibility, and TrueColor support for 24 Bit Color Windows applications.
With 64MB of DDR frame buffer memory, the fastest available, and a 350MHz RAMDAC, the Gloria III will support resolutions up to 2048x1536 at 85Hz in TrueColor.
Environmental Lighting Concepts' 17-watt TrueColor bulbs ($99 for three) reproduce the full color spectrum of natural daylight indoors, are glare-flee, as bright as standard 75-watt incandescents and last 10,000 hours or more.
The first edition of the Encyclopedia of Graphics File Formats, published in 1994, has become the definitive reference to the bewildering array of file formats used to store graphics data such as vector graphics, ray tracing, black-and-white photographs, truecolor images, animation data, motion video, and multimedia data, O'Reilly says.
7 million colors, enabling them to capture a truecolor image.
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