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Old 30-12-2016, 08:36 PM   #17
gkroo
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Originally Posted by elshaper View Post
I'm talking about digital camera here but when a camera takes a shot of you, it is stored in digital coding like, 0s,1s and all that encoding language. When it is printed, the information is decoded into a picture. So all the information are stored in the memory but it is how the printer or screen decode it. If the end equipment disregards a particular information, it won't be displayed.

I started a thread on They Live app and I reckon, these guys may be on to something.

https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=314331
Those little people in those cameras do some work, don't they.
There is a separate program in the computer that is in charge of interpreting the info that is put into it, but with digital cameras there has to be special digital interpreters. Before they are inserted into the camera they go to special interpreter schools depending on the model . . .

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