Tool to detect if pixels are fully or not completely filled with randomness in an image from statistical measurements of color variations inside the whole picture.
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Tag(s) : Image Processing
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A random image is an image in which the pixels are chosen at random, so they can take any color from the desired palette (generally 16 million colors). The resulting images look like multi-colored noise background.
A perfectly random image will have ideally distributed colors (about as much green hue as blue or red, and about as many bright colors as grayish colors), any variation in the average values over a given area tends to indicate non-random values.
The human eye and brain cannot detect small variations in random noise, only computer image analysis can.