Looking for information/education please. I know when filming an image of a CRT years ago, the scan lines could be eliminated by synchronizing the raster scan rates of the camera and CRT. Since the picop is a raster scan type device, why can't the same thing be accomplished? I've been ignoring the whole scan lines visible or not to differentiate the picop from others based upon the assumption this could be done. Could someone please explain why/or why not? Cheers
You call that a rant? Just providing some needed feedback to a very odd poster. Thank you for your condescending words of wisdom. I would never take investment advice from a message board. However, message boards are sometimes an excellent source of information to add to the decision process. If you don't think people claiming to hear voices and frequently interact with imaginary birds providing them investment advice are not in need of some type of psychiatric help, that's your opinion. In the face of a majority telling you your posts are not only not humorous, but not really welcome on a board designed for information exchange, and you persist blisfully spewing absolute nonsense, you may have a problem. Add the fact that the person in question is attempting to imitate a previous posters ID in a poor attempt to decive the rest of us in to thinking they are in fact that occasionally humorous poster... and things start adding up. However, this is a very rare occurrence that I have to see the posts as I mentioned earlier. I will just remain logged in to Yahoo so the ignore filter is always active.
Cheers, and apologies if I insulted one of your alternate ID's
Now you are wasting my time beyond the previous reading of your ridiculous and childish posts. I'm forced to log in to Yahoo for the ignore filters to function. This only takes a minute, but that's longer than seeing your name listed as poster, and moving on. Regardless of the success or failure of MVIS, I honestly believe psychiatric assistance is something you should invest in heavily. I suggest an "all in" strategy on that one.
It's been a long time since I looked at the web page so forgive me for not noticing what you're talking about.
it seems the second page was updated a little, but it still looks dated. What am I missing?