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Image InventorsTwo University engineers helped transform the early days of the digital revolution, setting off a “virtuous cycle” of research and invention that continues to be felt decades later. That’s the largely untold story of the blue noise mask.By Alvin Powell
bluenoiseMASK TEAM: Focusing her dissertation on research that would dramatically improve the way computers produced images, Mitsa (above) worked with Parker, a member of the electrical and computer engineering faculty (opposite) who early on saw the potential of the discovery. (Photo: Adam Fenster) More . . .

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