This is really interesting. They colorized a photo by overlaying some lines in a grid and ONLY adding color to the lines but oversaturating the color. The rest of the image is black and white.
The result is that at a distance or in the thumbnail it just looks like an ordinary color photo. It is only when you look up close you notice what is going on.
@Liberonscien It was in a study i read a while back and honestly cant remember the details. I found it hiding on my system from when I shared it on facebook a while back.
@freemo I wonder what this would look like to the people with the different kinds of colour blindness?
@freemo appears as if functionally comparable to RGB pixels in how they appear to be a singular color, although on a different scale. Less so on our modern high DPI monitors, but on older monitors with lower DPI, I wonder if it is comparable
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