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Image Manipulation -- Graphics Question

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  • Subject: [mg12790] Image Manipulation -- Graphics Question
  • From: Elvis Dieguez <elvisum at ibm.net>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 04:05:24 -0400
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

I have imported a black and white *.bmp image into Mathematica and
converted it into something the kernel can manipulate(the process was
unusually complicated!) using the Convert to -> Input Form -> Standard
Form and then removing all the NULL statements. However, I am unsure
about the next step.  I am interested in converting the 2-D image into
a 3-D image by using the coloring of the image.  That is, the darker
the image, the higher the point should be plotted on the z-axis.  For
reference, I would allow black (RGB[1,1,1]) to denote a length of 1
along the z-axis and then plot all the other points accordingly.
However, I have been unable to do this.  In mathematical form, the
image is now something like this:  
Show[Graphics[RasterArray[{RGB[0,1,1], RGB[0.09,1,0.02]},
{RGB[0.89,1,0.67], RGB....}] with a few other commands.  I am  not very
familiar with the RasterArray command either and I would appreciate any
help concerning this command and how to do what I want to do with my
image.

Thank you.

Elvis Dieguez



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