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Computer Vision is an interdisciplinary scientific field that deals with how computers can gain high-level understanding from digital images or videos. Computer Vision systems commonly use grayscale with values ranging from**Zero-255**, Zero represents the darkest areas of the image while 255 represents the lightest parts of it. Color images make use of separate measurements each for the amount of.**Red, Green, and Blue**reflected from the image/scene. The measurements are then translated into three separate arrays of brightness values, each varying from Zero to 255. This is why Color Images take more time to process than black and white images.