Originally Posted by ahMuraT
very nice...though not conclusive, right?
Zakly... The problem is, as in most scientific issues, asking the right question (defining the scope of the problem, pertinent parameters, etc.). The answer is frequently more forthcoming...but only after the "correct" question is asked. A bit teleologic, yo be sure, but the reader prolly gets the concept here.
In this particular case, the issue remains, AFAIK
, still unresolved. A bit flaky, in a way that snowflakes nearly all look nice, but "on further review" of their microscopic appearances, there are viewers' preferences, specific variations in appearance and what process zakly caused a given flake to appear as it does. Not that we aren't getting a lot of great projector images though. The very limiting, but omnipresent issues of patents, pride and investment, then supervene, even if a given design house "sees" the pathway, but may be hogtied...
Thank you very much