Electricity, visualization, and the way things are perceived are the focus of these printable light flash cards.
There are 24 flash cards in this set (4 pages to print.)
1. Print out the cards.
2. Cut along the dashed lines.
3. Fold along the solid lines.
Sample flash cards in this set:
|Occurs when light passes between two different mediums.||Refraction|
|The electronic medium for the recording, copying, and broadcasting of moving visual images.||Video Signal|
|The portion of the electromagnetic scale humans can see.||Visible light|
|Photoreceptor cell that is sensitive to luminance||Rods|
|Measure of the size of a triad (RGB) plus the distance between triads, and is usually measured in millimeters.||Dot-Pitch|
|A color the brain makes up when only the red and blue cones fire. No green.||Magenta|
|Smallest addressable point in video raster that has specific luminance and color||Pixel|
|Represents the intensity of an image. contains brightness information.||Luminance|
|Represents color information.||Chrominance|
|The number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed.||Display Resolution|
|Ratio between display, video raster width/height||Aspect Ratio|
|The number of single images or frames that are projected into a specific interval.||Frame Rates|
|To prevent loss of signal quality in analog, how would the signal be boosted.||With line drivers.|
|Portion of the color space that a device can accurately display||Color Gamut|
|A two channel system where human and chroma each have their own channel. All colors are transmitted simultaneously.||Y/C Color Format|
|This format consists of a luma only channel as well as a blue minus luma channel and a red minus luma channel.||YUV Format|
|Format used when red, green, and blue are used additively to create the image.||RGB Format|
|Signal type that is analog only. Otherwise known as CVBS (color, video, blanking and sync). No EDID support.||Composite|
|Signal type with two channel mini DIN connector with both luminance and chrominance channels||S Video|
|Breaks out into multiple channels YUV and RGB (HV)||Component|
|What does EDID stand for?||Extended Display Identification Data Structure|
|What does HDCP stand for?||High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection|
|Information captured by cells in the retina remain for how long?||1/25th of a second|
|Light is made up of _______||Photons|