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Digital images don't concern to nature, but programming languages.

Their colors -- the basic standard of image perception -- are produced by numeric systems, logic operations and electronic displays. Because of this they embody behaviors, attributes and recombinant dynamics.

How those settings modify our ways of seeing and perceiving?

It would be naive to answer this now.
BTW, it is inconsequent not to face it.

Here you will find some experiments in the field. They all have "Blow Up", by Antonioni in their point of departure and they all challenge the pixel rhetoric, screen standards and the RGB parameters.

all programs are variations of applications by Casey Reas, built with Processing

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