The Artificial Image Catalogue contains a collection of computer generated binary images. Most images contain a single (of very few) instance(s) of a geometric shape (constructed using, e.g. a paint program), however, there are some more sophisticated computer graphics (e.g. generated by modeling software).
222×217 binary of circles and lines.
205×245 binary of criss-cross lines.
222×217 binary inversion of art1.
300×300 binary of circle filled with holes.
256×256 binary of rectangle.
256×256 binary of rounded, elongated object.
256×256 binary of skewed doughnut shaped object.
256×256 binary of multiple crosses.
323×300 binary of propeller shaped object.
256×256 grayscale of chess board.
171×150 binary of doughnut shaped object.
512×512 binary circle centered in the right of the image.
512×512 binary circle centered in the left of the image.
160×160 binary of artificial boundary.
256×256 binary of triangle, hexagon and squares.
256×256 binary of occluding rectangles.
256×256 binary of diagonal stripes.
256×256 binary of vertical stripes (2 pixels wide).
256×256 binary of vertical and diagonal stripes
(i.e. the pixel addition of stp1 and stp2).
©2003 R. Fisher, S. Perkins,
A. Walker and E. Wolfart.