Thursday, December 20, 2012

HD technology with 2B pixels

I came across this article from yesterday's UK Guardian. It got nothing to do with freaque waves, but I can't help wondering what this new high density technology of 2B pixel photos can do for the studies of ocean waves?  I don't think I can copy and reproduce it here. Click this to see the familiar scene of Mount Everest in 2B pixels and then zoom in to see a whole new world you have never been there!

Now how about apply it to get a similar picture of the waves, or freaque waves, if possible. Can Schrödinger scientists handle the 2B pixel details?

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