Photographic Developments from Petro Photoglyphs:
(A Process Method to Record Images from Stones with Embedded Photographs)
Recorded Projections within a 'Sphere of Selective Spectrum & Dimensional Specific Perception'.
In order to Develop the Video Messages from Petro Photoglyph Artifacts (Stones Inscribed with Photographic Images)...
A Process Method was Formulated to Optically Illuminate & Translate...
Decipher & Record the Hologram Stone Etchings.
Image Translation within a 'Sphere of Visual Perception' as determined by...
'A Variable Combination of 3 Factors':
Applied to 'Mirror Replicate' a Portion of the Image...Optical Translation via a Foldout or 'Butterfly' of the Visual Data.
(Typical Vector of Bi-Lateral Symmetry Intersects the Image in a Vertical or Horizontal Plane...to Orthographically Shift the Visual Perspective.)
1. Complementary Color...: Complementary colors are pairs of colors which, when combined, cancel each other out.
This means that when combined, they produce black, or if colored light (rather than pigment) is used, they produce white.
When placed next to each other, they create the strongest contrast for those particular two colors.
Due to this striking color clash, the term opposite colors is sometimes considered more appropriate than "complementary colors".
The pairs of complementary colors vary depending upon whether the colors are physical (e.g. from pigments),
or from light. These change the way in which the color is made, and therefore change the color model which applies.
For pigments, subtractive colors apply, so the complementary/opposite color pairs, are red & green, yellow & violet, and blue & orange.
In the RGB color model, which applies to colors created by light, such as on computer and television displays,
the complementary/opposite pairs are red & cyan, green & magenta, and blue & yellow.
Color printing uses particular processes for producing color,
so the CMYK model is sometimes considered appropriate for identifying complementary colors
rather than the standard pigment model used for painting etc.
the point or set of points in the domain of a function corresponding to a given point or set of points in the range of the function.
Examples of 'Complementary…Negative or Inverse Spectrum Conversion'…:
2. For Optimal Visual Exposure of the Projected Images Structures...Set the Monitor Properties to these Video Calibration Charts...:
(Click the Video Calibration Scale for an Enlargement)
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The Process Method for Image Translation Applied to...Conventional Rock Art:
Conventional Rock Art Example #1
1. Conventional field recording of a petroglyph (photo courtesy of John Campbell).
2. Development of the glyphic image structure incorporating Spectrum Illumination and Bilateral Symmetry.
(Dimensional Perspective remained constant for these sample translations.)
Conventional Rock Art Example #2
A Glyphic Image Recording (Original Polychrome Rock Art Image Photo Courtesy of John Campbell)
Two Optical Translations processed under the Defined Process Method.
Conventional Rock Art Example #3
A Field Image Recording of a Petroglyph (Original Polychrome Rock Art Image Photo courtesy of: J.Q. Jacobs)
Optical Translations Using the Defined Process Method for Spectrum Specific Illumination and Bi-lateral Symmetry .
Spectrum Profile #1: (Bi-Lateral-Left)…the image is sad
and cries with no animals…the Inner Spirit reaches out...
Spectrum Specific Illumination Applied to a 'Sacred Religious Artifact'...
3-Dimensional Inscribed Hologram Images:
*Defined through the 'Independent Scientific Research' of Dr. Jose Aste Tonsmann (1979) & Laserles (1994)
The Process Method Applied to Photo Inscribed Stones called…
1. Petro Photoglyph Surface Image...a Positive Photo Development.
2. Petro Photoglyph Surface Image...Negative Developments Using Spectrum Specific Illumination and Background Visual Data Elimination.
Image Perception in the 4th Dimension:
* Vision Perception is understood by '3 Spatial Dimensions' known as...HEIGHT...WIDTH...& DEPTH.
* Vision Perception...Physically Changed through the Application of...'Spectrum Specific Illumination'.
(i.e. a blue ocean would appear as a red ocean)
Theoretical Spatial Model: Perception in the 4th Dimension Practical Visual Model: Perception in the 4th Dimension
Perception of a Hologram Scribed Artifact in a Spectrum Specific Dimension:
* Algebraically generated by applying the rules of vectors and coordinate geometry to visual perception of space with four dimensions.
* A vector with 4 Elements (a 4-Tuple...'Spectrum Specific Illumination as the 4th Element') providing 'Visual - Spatial Perception in 4-D '.
Complementary Color Defined: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complementary_colors
Complementary Color Chart 1: http://www.gardening.cornell.edu/homegardening/scene638f.html
Complementary Color Chart 2: http://willkempartschool.com/beginners-colour-mixing-acrylic-paint/
Complementary Color Chart 3: http://cios233.community.uaf.edu/files/2011/10/color_wheel.gif
MS Internet Explorer 11: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/ie-11-worldwide-languages
From the Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Lady_of_Guadalupe
From the Website: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Virgen_de_guadalupe_gif-8.gif
From the Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_dimension
From the Website: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Virgen_de_guadalupe_gif-11.gif
Research of http://www.sancta.org/eyes.html