Worst [non-color] aliasing?
I'm thinking about how a good image down-scaler should look like. The
info I'm missing is how the eye is sensitive to aliasing. So I need
to do some experiments, and I need to know which kinds of
images/patterns/textures lead to most egregious-looking aliasing.
Let me stress that, at this moment, I'm not interested in
color-aliasing (which is the artefact of Bayer-filter sensors). So
could you please report only texture aliasing with B&W digital
sensors, or Foveon sensors, or (most important) aliasing which appears
when down-sizing fine-looking images (with not-so-smart algorithms).
Alternatively, if somebody already did this research (what contrast on
which spacial frequencies [relative to Nyquist] is relevant), I would
be very grateful if people share the references.
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