16-bit color


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16-bit color

Using two bytes per pixel in a color image. Up to 65,536 colors can be represented in the color palette. Most graphics formats provide 8-bit color or 24-bit color; however, graphics cards generally have an intermediate 16-bit color range that displays 65,536 colors. See color depth.
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The advanced 3D graphics authoring and playout solution from ChyronHego has been enhanced with support for the newly adopted SMPTE ST 2110 standard and with HDR-enabled 16-bit color, which allows the platform to deliver 10-bit HDR output in the customer's choice of HLG or S-Log3 formats.
Resolution-agnostic and software-based, PRIME Graphics leverages advanced 64-bit GPU- and CPU-based technologies for maximum power in rendering graphics and effects, as well as HDR-enabled 16-bit color and the ability to deliver 10-bit hybrid log gamma (HLG) HDR output for productions.
* XGA resolution (1024 X 768) 16-Bit color TFT, LED backlight, 600 NITS backlight intensity display.
"We expect to deliver superior performance in all 32-bit graphics modes, but God help you if you try using 16-bit color or OpenGL."
The processed DICOM images were rendered as three-dimensional images and were assigned colors and opacity by a 16-bit color lookup table (CLUT) editor to identify WFBs and BFBs from air and swine tissue [6].
For example, the red and blue colors are encoded in 5 bits while the green color consists of 6 bits for 16-bit color standard as seen in Table 1.
This tool makes it easy for designers to add the combination of multitouch projected-capacitive interfaces, and high-quality 16-bit color graphics to WQVGA displays in any application.
The pipette employs a fully functioning joystick, robust processor and large 16-bit color screen that transform pipette operation, making it highly graphical and far less linear.
Smart shaders deliver an unequalled contrast ratio of 4,000:1, and Barco's unique 16-bit color processing delivers 281 trillion colors for superior grayscales and striking visual detail.
Windows 300MHz or faster Windows 98/NT/2000/XP 64 MB RAM 800 x 600 display, 16-bit color minimum Windows-compatible sound card CD-ROM drive (16x or better recommended)
Requirements: 500-MHz processor, Windows XP, 2000, ME or compatible Windows environment on Linux or Mac, 128 megabytes RAM, 16-bit color display, 50 megabytes hard-disk space.