resolution chart

resolution chart

[‚rez·ə′lü·shən ‚chärt]
(communications)
(optics)
A device to test resolving power; usually alternate black and white lines of equal width arranged in groups of decreasing line width, identified as the number of line pairs per millimeter.
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1 -- Moving ahead, we shot our standard studio test that has an ISO standard resolution chart to measure the resolving power of the cameras along with various other targets to measure colour reproduction, text legibility and even edge sharpness.
There is a CVI resolution chart which offers a summary of the data obtained from the assessment process.
We then shot an image of a target resolution chart to test how well the camera sensor could capture sharp details.
On the other hand, to test an RGB laser writer, all you need is a good digital resolution chart.
You should ensure your monitor is set to the correct display resolution for its size, as indicated in the monitor resolution chart.
And it is health and finance matters that top the New Year's resolution chart.
For example, it has an "anamorphic" video resolution chart that those who own wide-screen TV monitors might find handy.
MOnitor Ideal Resolution Chart Monitor Setting 14-inch 15-inch 17-inch 19-inch 21-inch VGA 640x480 best good too big grainy terrible SVGA 800x600 good best good too big grainy XGA 1024x768 too small good best good too big SXGA 1280x1024 tiny too small good best good UXGA 1600x1200 terrible tiny too small good best The industry uses this guideline to determine the image size required when making prints: Print Size vs.
In the experiment they made an in-line hologram and a reflection hologram of resolution charts and a glass sculpture of a dog, but instead of recording the hologram on a photo-sensitive material the hologram interference pattern falls on to a CCD camera, which in turn converts it in to a video signal which is transmitted to the LCD.