A painting or drawing in a single color; a picture made with a single color.
An image or screen having only background and foreground colors. The same as black-and-white or bilevel.
In reference to computers, a term applied to a monitor that displays images in only one color â€“ black on white (as is standard on monochrome Apple Macintosh screens) or amber or green on black (as is common on IBM and other monochrome monitors). The term is also applied to a monitor that displays only variable levels of gray. High-quality monochrome monitors are commonly considered to be clearer and more readable than colour monitors of the same resolution.
Image made up of varying tones of one colour
Literally means single color. Often used to indicate achromatic, colorless as opposed to colored. This term is more strict and formal than "Black-and-White". A monochrome picture could be produced from a color source. by setting the color difference.
A picture in only one colour or in black and white.
Images without colour, i.e. black and white with a number of grey scales
Literally "one color". Usually used for a black and white (or sometimes green or orange) monitor as distinct from a color monitor.
Different shades of one color. On a monochrome monitor, screen displays are in one color only.
Single-coloured. An image or medium displaying only black and white or grayscale information. Grayscale information displayed in one colour is also monochrome.
A black and white picture. Recommended for use with external cameras, as they have better picture resolution at night.
A laser printer that does not print in color, only grayscale.
Single-colored. An image or medium displaying only black-and-white or greyscale information. Greyscale information displayed in one color is also monochrome.
A monitor display that shows one color against a black or white background.
Single-coloured. Image or medium, which only shows grey scales or the data of the scales of only one colour.
One colour or single colour.
An image that contains only gradations of a single colour. Often used as a synonym for black & white. See also BLACK & WHITE and SEPIA.
Something which is monochromatic has a single color. For an image, the term monochrome is essentially the same as black-and-white, but the monochrome may be preferred to indicate that combinations such as green-and-white, green-and-black, etc., are not excluded. A monochrome computer display is capable of displaying only a single color, often green, amber, red or white, and often also shades of that color.
Monochrome means having a single color, or black and white for television.
Single colored. It is most frequently applied to black and white photographs, but can also describe sepia and other toned images.
This refers to a black and white image rather than a colour one.
Refers to video captured in one monotone color scheme. For practical purposes, monochrome is another word for black and white in the video surveillance camera industry.
Picture painted in tones of a single color.
a black-and-white photograph or slide
a work painted in a single color, but the term is often used more loosely to describe works in which a single color predominates
Single colored. Am image displaying only black and white or grayscale information. Grayscale information displayed in one color is also monochrome.
An image composed of a single color and black. Most monochrome images are black and white, although any color might be substituted for white. In computer graphics it is used to denote a system where two colors can be specified: the foreground color and the background.
Used to describe a figurative image executed in a single colour, or shades of a single colour.
Using only one color.
Art that is made is different shades of a single color, usually black.
Having one color. In CCTV it is Black and White.
Printing which uses only one color of ink, usually black.
refers to a display that emits a single hue but may vary in intensity and saturation. For example, monochrome miniature displays used in many HMDs are typically green and are used to display symbology or sensor imagery.
This means printing with only one color of ink, which is generally black ink.
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A display that is rendered entirely in shades of one hue. In CCTV, monochrome is black-and-white.
literally one color, painting or decoration done in different shades of the same color.
Black-and-white video. A video signal that represents the brightness values (luminance) in the picture, but not the color values (chrominance).
Having a single colour. Typically refers to a black and white image, but could be any single colour image.
a color scheme composed of tints and shades in a single hue
Black and white, or one other colour and white in a photographic image.
One color; refers to black and white printing.
transform the image to black and white
This is a kind of computer display that shows only two colours: black and white or green and white. Some black and white systems can display various shades of grey as well.
A painting in which only a single colour is used with varying tones.
A monitor that displays images only in ranges of intensity of one color (often green or amber).
Having one or more tones of a single color.
A black and white signal or picture.
one color only - usually refers to printers that can print in black only.
A single colour. Monochrome usually refers to a black- and- white image.
An image made up of varying tones in one colour (also duotone)
Painting done in a range of tints and tones of a single color.
A black and white display monitor, with no grayscale values.
printing in one colour, usually black.
Having a single color. Typically refers to a black and white image, but could be any single color image.
Single colour in a range of tones usually used to indicate black and white.
An image of a single color in differing shades, descriptive of a black and white or sepia-toned image.
A special case of static gray, in which there are only two color map entries.
Printing with only one color of ink, usually black.
A single color video display screen.
is one color. Graphic images can be monochrome, grayscale, or color.
Having only one color. In television it is black and white.
One color, usually interpreted as black and white. In computer CRTs, it is any single color with black.
A term used to refer to a bi-level graphic; also refers to a single-channel grayscale image.
One color or shades of one color.
Monochrome means one color. Monochrome ID printers are only capable of printing one single color. ID cards printed with a monochrome ID printer are much less expensive to create than full-color identifications.
Display unit allowing only one color, most frequently white, orange or green.
A one-color image or page.
A gray scale image.
It is a single color. Generally, a monochrome screen is black on a white background.
A black and white television picture. Multiplexing : The simultaneous transmission of two or more signals over a single communication channel.
The luma (brightness) portion of a video signal without the color information. Monochrome, commonly known as black-and-white, predates current color television.
Black and white with all shades of gray.
Monitors that display only one color. Usually characters on the screen are displayed in green, amber, or white on a dark background. However, some users prefer "reverse video," which displays dark letters on a green, amber, or white background.
Describes the images reproduced on a black-and-white television system.The picture appears in black-and-white with gradations of gray.
Consisting of, or decorated with, only one colorâ€”such as celadon or Ting ware.
Black and white images, or images represented only by the intensity of luminosity
A single colour, not necessarily black.
one color text on one color background, like white letters on blue or green characters on black
An image produced in a single color. Traditionally used to describe black and white photographs.
A painting or drawing with a single color in different shades.
Displays capable of only two colours, usually black & white. Mosaic A program used for finding and reading documents on the World-Wide-Web.
An image made of a range of only one colour.
Black and white TV signal.
the description of a drawing or painting worked wholly in black, white and grey, or in tones of a single colour.
An image made of a range of only one color.
Also called "mono." The display of one foreground color and one background color; for example, black on white, white on black and green on black.
Monochrome is a term used to describe black and white televisions. It can be broken down into “mono” meaning one and “chromatic” which means colour. It is literally “one colour”. This is because black and white cathode ray tubes are painted with white phosphors only. Painting the white phosphors with the electron beam makes them give off white light, and by switching off the beam a black effect is achieved. Black and white is a bit of a misnomer then as there is really only one colour differential on a monochrome screen. A better name than “black and white” would be “light and dark”.
A display or printer producing only black and white images. Some monochrome monitors use other colors (e.g., green) instead of white.
Display information that displays in one color on a different color background. 6.4 Moore, Gordon, 4.15 Moore's Law, 4.15
An image containing a single color.
Monochrome comes from the two Greek words mono (Î¼Ï‰Î½Î¿, meaning "one"), and chroma (Ï‡ÏÏ‰Î¼Î±, meaning "surface" or "the color of the skin"). A monochromatic object has a single color.