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Aram writes “TV-Filter allows to downsample an ongoing tv-show to 6 by 8 pixels in realtime. A translucent projection folie is mounted on a 5 cm deep cardboard grid. The color and intensity of each pixel is determined by the correspondend part of the tv screen on the backside. The different color information of each tv line get mixed to an average color value on each 4 by 4 cm pixel. In this way it is thinkable to reduce every high definition screen to a pleasant information density. “Link.

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  1. schwingj says:

    What is a, “translucent projection folie?” Where can one buy such an item?

    This is great!

    j

  2. schwingj says:

    What is a, “translucent projection folie?” Where can one buy such an item?

    This is great!

    j

  3. schwingj says:

    What is a, “translucent projection folie?” Where can one buy such an item?

    This is great!

    j

  4. Vermin says:

    It’s a thin piece of translucent material. Baking paper could possibly work.

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