With every new computer now equipped with a CD-ROM, a high quality colour display, and sound capabilities, multimedia imaging has become part of mainstream computing. As such, pressure is being placed on developers to produce applications that make use of multimedia imaging facilities. Edited by two respected colour scientists, this title has contributions from pioneering international researchers and developers. It examines the key enabling technologies for applications using multimedia imaging facilities, including digital colour imaging, spanning the capture, processing, encoding, transmission, and reproduction of realistic colour images. It also discusses how to improve the quality of presentation, and covers a wide range of areas including colour imaging and multimedia user interface.