The human head has a pair of very good image capture devices built in, but as far as accurate image storage goes, people's memories leave much to be desiredespecially since they cannot create viewable output. So for thousands of years people have resorted to reproducing images with the best technologies on hand, from petroglyphs to high-resolution color printers. Similarly, image transportability has been a hotly pursued goal over the years. This desire to share pictures with others has taken many leaps forward over the last decade via new technologies. The cost of computational horsepower has dropped dramatically, and chips…
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