How Imaging in Bio-medical Industry Works – Short Programming Documentary

0
User Management System
Learn Kotlin, Retrofit, MVVM and MySQL using this all-in-one app. It is designed to be beginner friendly.

In the recent years, researchers have made a huge step forward in the biomedical imaging arena through development of solid-state image receptors like photo sensitive flat-panel arrays, micro machinized piezo-lectric arrays and quantum dots. Images get stored into a computer by dividing the images into small segments called picture elements, or pixels. Each image pixel is then assigned a single numerical value.

That value denotes the color of the image assuming the image is indeed a colored one. If it's simply a black and white image, then a shade of gray, known in the field as gray level, is stored.

This is an educational documentary about the imaging in the biomedical field. We explain from a tech point of view.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqhurQp_UeA

Good day

Learn Android Retrofit using our course

Android MySQL Retrofit2 Multipart CRUD,Search,Pagination rating

When I was a 2nd year Software Engineering student, I buillt a now defunct online tool called Camposha(from Campus Share) using my then favorite language C#(ASP.NET) to compete OLX in my country(Kenya). The idea was to target campus students in Kenya. I got a few hundred signups but competing OLX proved too daunting. I decided to focus on my studies, learning other languages like Java,Python,Kotlin etc while meanwhile publishing tutorials at my YouTube Channel ProgrammingWizards TV which led to this site(camposha.info). Say hello or post me a suggestion: oclemmi@gmail.com . Follow me below; Github , and on my channel: ProgrammingWizards TV

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply

fifty seven + = sixty two

Reset Password
Compare items
  • Total (0)
Compare
0
Shopping cart