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dougsbrew

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try it out - instructions bottom of pic..
 

mckenry

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Girls on film !
But no, its not the coolest :D
 

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i was trying to work out why i couldn't see the girl in your signature on the wall.
 

brettprevans

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send that to all th blokes you know at work then spend the reat of he day seeing how many blokes you can catch staring at a wall or the roof
 

mwd

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Surprising what the human eye and brain interaction can do.
 

Florian

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Dave70 said:
Hmmm... That one doesn't seem to work.

Anyone else managed to see the chick from the OP in this pic?
 

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Brilliant. but where is the full colour information encoded in the picture? Could TV be revolutionised by this method, look at the red dot and the black and white show erupts into colour.

Edit if you stare at the green dot you'll see Tidal Pete all night.

:)
 

bum

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It's just the original image with the colours inverted, Bribie. Like a negative, essentially.
 

Airgead

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bum said:
It's just the original image with the colours inverted, Bribie. Like a negative, essentially.
Yep... starting at the image depletes the photo-receptors in the eye. Where the image is red, the red receptors will be depleted, where its blue the blue will be depleted and so on. So when you stare at a blank surface the receptors that aren't depleted fire at full strength and the depleted ones don't and you are left with an inverted after image until the receptors recover.

Biology is amazing.

Cheers
Dave
 

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