Line Art Scan

A digital image that has been captured and is displayed using only one bit of information per pixel—i.e., either black or white. During scanning, the device examines the original pixel-by-pixel and determines if each dot is dark enough to represent as black, or light enough to represent as white. Line art scanning does not include any gray values; everything is either black or white.

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