It seems I can instantiate a jit.matrix with a grayscale BufferedImage
JitterMatrix jim = new JitterMatrix(myGrayBufferedImage);
but I have to pass the matrix out to a jit.matrix 4 char.
At least, I have had no success sending the image to a jit.matrix 1
char–all I get is a white image.
OTOH, I can send the image directly to a jit.pwindow.
I had thought to generate alpha channel planes with Java, this seems
to make things a little trickier.
Can someone confirm that this observation is the case?
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