What the imager has

Started Feb 11, 2014 | Discussions thread
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mike earussi
mike earussi Veteran Member • Posts: 5,692
Re: What you pose as theory is in fact impossible

Kendall Helmstetter Gelner wrote:

mike earussi wrote:

Kendall Helmstetter Gelner wrote:

mike earussi wrote:


The point is that it is an example. And you're free to call the top layer anything you want.

That doesn't change your misconception of the top layer being isolated from the bottom layers. You can't "call" it anything and change that.

Nor did I make up the concept, but rather got it here from the "boss":


Because we all know Google Translate is a bastion of accuracy!

So you think Google translate can screw up a color diagram?

I think your understanding of it can be wrong, and translate making the text associated with the digram hard to follow helps with that substantially.

Really? It looks very clear to me. The second and third layers are averaged out and combined with the top layer, and if the top layer value for all four pixels are the same then the color for all four pixels will also be the same.

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