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Lecture 19: Introduction to Color Science (6)

I was curious as to why there are two green color points for each blue and red color points and I did some digging to discover that the pixels are actually arranged in a pattern called a Bayer filter, It's interesting because this pattern is meant to mimic the physiology of the human eye. "The luminance perception of the human retina uses M and L cone cells combined, during daylight vision, which are most sensitive to green light."

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