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Bayer interpolation on a GPU

Most of today’s color image sensors, use the Bayer filter mosaic, an array
of RGB color filters arranged on a grid of photosensors.
Named after the late Bryce Bayer (1929–2012) who invented it while working
for Eastman Kodak(Rochester, NY; USA),
the filter uses twice as many green elements to mimic the physiology of the
human eye.