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"The code seemingly blurs images without error" indicates a problem. "Seemingly" correct output is not exactly correct. It tells me that the actual digital data output needs to be checked byte by byte. Checking the image to see if it seems wrong (not so much right) is a useful tool, but close isn't good enough. That's why it's ...


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It was a small typo in the code. Thanks.


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Recall that in the class, David and Brian used an example of two glasses with liquids. To change the liquids without changing the place of the glasses it was necessary a third glass, otherwise, the liquids would be mixed. Looks like you're using the original image to do the math and changing the value of each pixel in the process. If you don't use a copy of ...


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