Rasterbated BRVO (Retina)

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UploadedSeptember 20, 2008
TakenSeptember 20, 2008
Exposure1/25 sec at f/10
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length27 mm
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Q: Story of the week

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The retinal photo I rasterbated was taken with the instrument in the photo. The image is a Branch Retinal Vein Occlusion (BRVO). Although not a handheld camera, the image is a digital capture with an effective 6mp resolution. The monitor shows a cross section view of the retina in the rasterbated image. And yup, that's me in the mirror.

The rasterized image doesn't add anything to the clinical assessment, but it was an interesting first effort at rasterbating an image.

3 responses

  • Laura Boston-Thek

    Laura Boston-Thek gave props (30 Sep 2008):

    Cool!! I Had a copy of mine on our Christmas tree each year....I was taking a medication that needed my retina's to be checked. Thought the image was pretty amazing.

  • Laura Boston-Thek

    Laura Boston-Thek said (30 Sep 2008):

    INCREDIBLY creative image btw!! Excellent work!!

  • Bert Happel

    Bert Happel said (1 Oct 2008):

    Thanks Laura. I figured it would be something completely different compared to other images uploaded in this category. And I knew I was putting a bit much into this picture what with the instrument and the monitor display but it made it an all-in-one story image :-)

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