Image (disambiguation)

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An image is a reproduction of the likeness of a subject.

Image or IMAGE may also refer to:


  • Selwyn Image (1849–1930), English clergyman, designer of stained glass windows, and poet

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Media brands and companies[edit]





Other arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Science and technology[edit]


  • Card image, a character string that was, or could be, contained on a single punched card
  • Disk image, a computer file containing the complete contents and structure of a data storage device
  • Executable, a computer file containing an executable program; short for "executable program image"
  • ISO image, an archive file (disk image) of an optical disc
  • RAM image, a sequence of machine code instructions kept on ROM and moved to the RAM for use
  • ROM image, a computer file which contains a copy of the data from a read-only memory chip
  • Single system image, a cluster of computers that appear to be a single computing system
  • System image, the state of a computer or software system stored in some form
  • Tape image, an image of the contents of a computer's magnetic tape



  • Digital image, a discrete representation of a picture as used in computing
  • Mirror image, a virtual image "behind" a mirror
  • Photograph, an image created by light falling on a light-sensitive surface or an electronic imager
  • Real image, an image formed by rays of light that intersect at the image, as in a camera or eye
  • Virtual image, an image formed by rays that do not intersect at the image

Other science and technology[edit]

  • IMAGE, a NASA spacecraft that observed the Earth's magnetosphere from 2000–2005
  • Image frequency, an undesired input frequency in radio reception

Other uses[edit]

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