microimage


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microimage

[′mī·krō‚im·ij]
(computer science)
A single image stored on a microform medium.

microimage

In micrographics, any photographic image of information that is too small to be read without magnification.
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The TolTec Microimage Measurer, produced by TolTec Engineering Co.
The retrieval side of Travelers operation, headed by Julie Senerth, manager of Commercial Lines Document Management, uses Kodak microimage scanners to locate, and fax or e-mail documents directly from the film, greatly streamlining the process.
VECTOR:Microimage automatically passes digital film images to VECTOR:Delivery for Microimage, which can post it to a Web site, or print, fax or e-mail the images to any device or location on the bank's network.
This guideline describes the mechanics of filing and retrieving active paper records, magnetic media, and microimage media.
NYSE: AAC), today announced the introduction of the MicroImage Digital Scanner 300(TM), a low-cost, full-function workstation for digitizing and electronically processing micrographic images on demand.
Diversifax's ScreenScan is a retrofit device that transforms microfilm readers or reader/printers into digital microimage scanner/workstations at a cost effective price.
This medical reference features a wealth of color surgical photos, color microimages, b&w and color medical images, and b&w anatomical illustrations.
The book contains b&w photos, microimages, and illustrations.
The station's dome hovers over the workstation, providing unlimited viewing angles from room-view images to 130x microimages.
It can store precise, high-resolution microimages during the card manufacturing process -- for example, images of all US presidents and all state flags, as in the State Dept.
The book is illustrated with color microimages, color photos of brain sections, and b&w photos and medical images.