Image width & distance bw two images


Image width & distance bw two images

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Hello, 
I am programming a pictorial visual probe task, with animal and food images. I've got everything going as it should be (2 images side by side), BUT, am wondering a) how to get the images to a specific size (120mm in width) and b) how to inure there is a distance of 40mm between them. The images themselves have been scaled to that size, it is just when they are in inqusit, they are smaller. 
Any help much appreciated!
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stefania 
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stefaniafranja - Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Hello, 
I am programming a pictorial visual probe task, with animal and food images. I've got everything going as it should be (2 images side by side), BUT, am wondering a) how to get the images to a specific size (120mm in width) and b) how to inure there is a distance of 40mm between them. The images themselves have been scaled to that size, it is just when they are in inqusit, they are smaller. 
Any help much appreciated!
Kind Regards, 
stefania 

You can specify the sizes and positions in the desired unit (e.g. mm) if an approximate result is good enough. I.e.

<picture example>
/ size = (120mm, ??mm)
...
</picture>

If you need an exact result, you will have to perform a calibration procedure first, because pixels have no fixed physical dimension and neither do digital images. See e.g. https://www.millisecond.com/forums/Topic14608.aspx

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