Originally Posted by RY35AN
If anyone including myself doesn't "perceive" the green tint or care to then why suggest they try to?
So, this thread only applies to people who perceive the green tint?
No, this thread is for anyone who wants to participate, but examples like the paper and other comparisons posted are in response to people who are posting false information.
False information includes:
- "There isn't a green tint, its a conspiracy!"
- "My copy doesn't have the green tint"
- "I don't see the green tint, therefore neither will you"
- "My tv/blu-ray player/settings don't show the green tint, therefore your gear must be defective"
That's a major reason why tests are suggested. Because people are not going to let false posts go un-refuted, and people also aren't going to just say "no, you're wrong," they are giving examples and proof.
It's perfectly fine for someone to say "I don't see the green tint" or "It doesn't bother me," but many people are saying a lot more and making bad claims.
Once again, I'll quote my previous post
. One of the images can be used for people to determine if they even see the tint in real life or how much it bothers them. The other image proves the tint is there.
If you want to know, then view them. If you don't want to know, then don't - no one is forcing you to. People can make their own decisions about whether or not they want to stay in "ignorance is bliss" mode or if they want to know more.