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Isn't the Omega method basically just a multi-spectral version of anaglyph? If so, is there anything corresponding to the retinal rivalry seen with red/cyan coding when one color is predominantly red?


For example, suppose a large area of the image has a color which falls entirely within the (admittedly narrow) band of some color? How would this be seen by the other eye? Is this a concern that is not important in practice? If it is not important, my inquiring mind wants to know why.
 
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