AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: diffraction

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The color makeup of a fluorescent light, imaged through a spectrometer made of folded paper and a chunk of DVD.  You can print and fold your own for free following the instructions here (they also have a kit, which is what I used). The DVD chunk does all the work,
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Traffic looks like fireworks when viewed through diffraction glasses.  You can pick up diffraction glasses for pretty cheap online - they’re popular as a trippy party effect.  But you can also think of them as giving you the superpower of spectrometer vision, the ability to tell apart different kinds
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This is what an ordinary coffee shop looks like through diffraction glasses, which act like prisms to separate white light into a rainbow of colors.  In this shot, you can see that not all white sources are alike - a few of them produce a continuous rainbow of colors, while
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