posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 10:52 PM
reply to post by ArMaP
I'll try to get some up in PNG, unaltered unless the original format from NASA is JPG, then I will keep it native, unless you think PNG would be
better. I removed the digital camera distortion and it went from grainy sandy to watery from blending with adjacent pixels. Making it a lot clearer in
my opinion, but I agree any alteration from original causes more distortion not less...
On another note I have developed the ability to see 3D from a 2D due to my line of work in engineering, if a top, front, and right hand side isn't
available, and it is a 2D isometric representation like this is, you have to rely on light and shadows to see the 2D feature in 3D. That's why this
object is very anomalous to me, it doesn't fit in, next to every other example of mars photos I have slowly scanned, out of my curiosity of minerals
being a rock hound in my leisure time.
Speaking of which does anyone have a direct NASA JPL link to the "Bunny" I'd like to examine it more closely.
edit on 25-8-2012 by BigBrotherDarkness because: edit