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History[ edit ] Before Lenna, the first use of a Playboy magazine image to illustrate image processing algorithms was in Roberts used two cropped 6-bit grayscale facsimile scanned images from Playboy's July issue featuring Playmate Teddi Smith born Delilah Henryin his MIT master's thesis on image dithering.
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They got tired of their stock of usual test images, dull stuff dating back to television standards work in the early s. They wanted something glossy to ensure good output dynamic range, and they wanted a human face.
Just then, somebody happened to walk in with a recent issue of Playboy. The engineers tore away the top third of the centerfold so they could wrap it around the drum of their Muirhead wirephoto scanner, which they had outfitted with analog-to-digital converters one each for the red, green, and blue channels and a Hewlett Packard minicomputer.
This scan became one of the most used images in computer history.
To explain Lenna's popularity, David C. Munson, editor-in-chief of IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, noted that it was a good test image because of its detail, flat regions, shading, and texture.
However, he also noted that its popularity was largely because an image of an attractive woman appealed to the males in a male-dominated field. Eileen Kent, VP of new media at Playboy said, "We decided we should exploit this, because it is a phenomenon.
In a essay on reasons for the male predominance in computer science, applied mathematician Dianne P. Suggestive pictures used in lectures on image processing For example, it is amazing that the "Lena" pin-up image is still used as an example in courses and published as a test image in journals today.Lenna or Lena is the name given to a standard test image widely used in the field of image processing since It is a picture of the Swedish model Lena Söderberg, shot by photographer Dwight Hooker, cropped from the centerfold of the November issue of Playboy magazine..
The spelling "Lenna" comes from the anglicisation used in the original Playboy article. Welcome to Oxford Quantum!
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