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Contone versus Halftone

We all live in an illusion (and not just the Buddhist samsara that Bruce keeps muttering about): when we see a leaf, our eye makes us think we see a continuous range of colors and tones, continuous lines, and continuous shapes. That's an illusion, because the eye simply doesn't work that way. Without going too far into visual physiology, suffice it to say that the eye works much like an incredibly high-resolution digital camera.


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