Originally Posted by Dave Harper
...No thank you. I'm done with condescending answers that belittle everyone who disagrees with you....
So thanks for proving my point with your reply below, but here goes (which I know I will regret again)
Originally Posted by darinp
You choose not to get more facts. You could get them if you cared to....
And just what do you think I have been doing this whole time while not posting here wasting my valuable time with you and coderguy? Who is the dishonest one here, darinp? Are you following me around, knowing what I am doing every minute of every day? How do you have even ONE CLUE what I have been doing lately?
Originally Posted by darinp
...Yep. You clearly said that you would not post his answer here. You say I treat you different than Javs, but Javs doesn't play games like that. Javs clearly wanted to get to the truth, while your behavior has clearly shown that you don't want readers to get the truth about what your expert actually believes when asked a question that would clearly clarify their position.
I clearly said that after discussing with him and reading your responses about coherent and incoherent light that I tentatively and hesitantly switched my opinion and stance on your completely irrelevant "C" scenario of the two sub-frames going through the lens at the same time. I also said that I have asked him further questions and gave him links to this and the DLP XPR thread where all this is happening and he has not gotten back to me. Would you like me to stalk him and follow him to work and home and force him to respond to me darinp? I said I invited him to come over for a movie and some optics discussions, which he also hasn't replied with an answer. He is away on a short staycation, should I drive over there and hunt him down and knock on his vacation house door and force myself in, tie him up in a chair, shine a bright light (an incoherent light I might add!
) in his eyes and force him to answer the questions from you?
I am working towards truth, but I am no longer going to waste my time here debating you and coderguy, going in circles and getting nothing accomplished, all the while being demeaned, belittled, condescended to and a whole host of other insults, like your stance that just because I disagree with you, it means I am being "dishonest". Do you blame me, darinp??? You mention "this wouldn't happen on college campuses with physics professors", but I ask you, would that professor talk to one of his colleagues or students the way you are, who may have a differing opinion or maybe just misunderstands the subject matter? Actually, now that I think about it, that IS kind of what's happening there at colleges to folks with differing views. They're being screamed at and shouted down, with the opposers even resorting to violence, so I guess this is what the world is now, huh? If so, I will not waste my time in debating it with folks like that, so I am not.
Now I will ask you
and coderguy a very simple question that I would like a short, simple answer to, without some long winded hypothetical where you turn it around and form you answer into a question to me......
If I took a picture of the screen where a lab grade pro camera (with more than enough resolution capabilities and MTF quality for the lens) snaps the image at 1/120th of a second and it is genlocked to the projector to snap that picture at the very instant that the A or B sub-frame is presented to the imaging chip (we will say the one in a 1920x1080 LCoS JVC eShift projector), then which image will the camera capture from the choices below:
A. Image 1 (Original 4K image)
B. Image 2 or 3 (A and B sub-frames created from original 4K image in the projector's eShift/Video processor)
C. Image 4 (the composite image of the two sub-frames that are created in our brains)
Oh, and where would you place the lens in that graphic?