I design digital interfaces, always looking for the bright side of life, with a focus on new technologies and user experience. I research new models of communication, visual art and typographies.
Why dithern? To question everything. To reduce distortion with analog white noise of low-amplitude signals, in a digital recording. To display a colour image in such a way that it appears to contain more colours than are really available.
From Mid 17th century (in the dialect sense ‘tremble, quiver’): variant of dialect didder; related to dodder.
The impossible happens all the time.