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Thread: Grey Scale?

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    Default Grey Scale?

    Hi I'm new to coding and dont really know that much, but I have a homework assignment where I'm suppose too create a "sophisticated grey scale" instead of add up all the red, green, and blue pixel and then dividing it by 3.

    It says "obtain the new RGB values, instead of adding up the color values and diving by three, you should multiply each one by a weight factor and add the results."

    This is what I have so far and not sure where to go from here.
    import images.*;
    public class SophisiticatedGreyScale
    {
        public static void main (String args[])
        {
            APImage image = new APImage("smokey.jpg");
            image.draw();
            APImage aCopy = image.clone();
            for (Pixel p:aCopy)
            {
     
            }//end for loop
            aCopy.draw();
            aCopy.save();
        }//end method main
    }//end SophisiticatedGreyScale

    Any help would be appreciated ^___^!


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    Default Re: Grey Scale?

    Search the internet for the word 'grayscale'. One of the first hits should be the corresponding wikipedia page, which has the equation for weighting each RGB component to get the corresponding grayscale value.

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