Monday, July 9, 2012

TECHNOLOGY | Sepia color video camera filter catches more demons

The sepia color filter feature on my Huawei Ascend M860 video camera caught things it never did before, including the fast-moving phantoms and cloaked demons that can easily be seen with the naked eye, but rarely by a video camera. This is likely due, in part, to ASIC or DSP chips designed to post-process images taken by the camera, in order to "correct" abnormalities; it is likely that whatever detection algorithm is used also considers faint, fast-moving objects to be such abnormalities.

Such algorithms are probably only developed for processing full-color images, and not images that are sepia-toned; and, if they are, they would probably be unable to distinguish between a phantom or specter and an object that was reduced to the same color range by the shift in colors applied by the sepia tone filter. Therefore, the filter won't remove the phantoms at all.

Just as surmised in the posts about penetrating a demon cloak while quickly panning the camera, this also has something to do with the science of light, I believe.

In this video, you can see an LED sign flashing, even though, in reality, it wasn't (and, it doesn't look like it should be, as it cannot be read). For some reason, it only appears that way when the sepia tone filter is applied to images made on video:
NOTE | Incidentally, this video also shows two demonic (human) collaborators masking the arrival of demons on the far end of the platform. First, one man holds a bag in view of the camera; when he lowers it, another man immediately steps into view. When that man steps back, the first man immediately raises the bag again.
This discovery was by mere coincidence, and occurred as a result of the work of an unnamed hacker, who caused random changes to the settings of my phone apps, l caught on video things I only could have described before, such as the black-robed phantoms that run alongside the light rail, or the specters you can only see out of the corner of your eye, they disappear that fast when you turn your head. And, now that I have them on video, I can get a better look.

There are 18 videos of this nature, with real-life demons packed in every frame, downloadable from DropBox at:

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