I’m pretty sure it’s happening again with this post.
Gaussian Blur. (Now that I say it it sounds like a band name).
What, pray tell, is a Gaussian Blur?
Please stop beating this thread. It’s already dead. It’s been dead. It’s a zombie now.
…why do you care so much? Is this not what we do to every thread?
But this is the one where we discuss leather projects 🙁
it wasn’t supposed to last. It was supposed to pass
Oh, my bad. I totally thought this was the question game. I’m sorry…
Apologies Dawn. I’m not trying to resurrect the thread. I’m just hoping that this is the thread where at long last someone other than carrot gets the final post.
Carl Friedrich Gauss was a German mathematician who discovered lots of cool stuff, but he’s most know for inventing the Gaussian distribution. A bell shaped curve that comes up a lot in statistics and imaging. Basically it’s a mathematical way of representing the way things are normally distributed with a lot data points near the average and fewer near the extremes. Most laser beams are not circles, but gaussians. (lots of laser in the middle and it sort of fades away at the edges) so it comes up at work a lot. A Gaussian blur is a simple mathematical way to blur an image. (You “convolve” the image with the gaussian). And Voila you now have a blurry image. Mostly it was just something to say to keep Carrot’s post from being the last one.
I still have a stretch of leather that’s unused…it’s about the size of a book and I have three 1″X1′ strips of leather.
One side of a book, or a whole book?
One side of a book…so about like 5″X1′
a tall book. or a long book depending on which way you hold it.
Would it be big enough for a small wallet?
Little large for a wallet but it could work…
I’m not sure what your thoughts are when you say “hrm”
Most of the time, neither am I.
Either that or I’m skeptical but don’t want to offend someone. In this case, it was a filler.
*begins banging on Timpani*
*timpani probably shouldn’t captialized
*pulls Will Champion out of nowhere to help with timpani*
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