The human eye is incapable of reliably distinguishing any detail finer than 720p

#51Reece504Posted 3/18/2014 8:24:15 PM
BaconPancakes posted...
*Facepalms through my face and goes through my wall and lands in a McDonald's.


I laughed and farted at the same time good one
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#52Mr BumpPosted 3/18/2014 8:27:04 PM
skermac posted...
Forget 1080p and 4k, heres proof.

The resolution of our eyes is 12 vertical lines per arc angle (one line per arcminute for 20/20 acuity) times 2. Now 28 degrees x 12 lines x 2 = 672. This means we really can't see a display component (pixel) smaller than 1/672 x image width. Our minimum resolvable element size is about 0.065", or about twice the size of the pixels of the WXGA image! Put bluntly, from 8 feet away while watching a 50 inch plasma TV, the human eye is generally incapable of reliably distinguishing any detail finer than that shown on a true 720p display!

http://www.audioholics.com/hdtv-formats/1080p-and-the-acuity-of-human-vision/understanding-1080p-resolution-in-displays.html


Wow, just wow. Reassurance much?

I sit 14' from a 120" screen and I can CLEARLY tell the difference between 720 and 1080p - it's like night and day.
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#53The_Undying_84Posted 3/18/2014 8:34:19 PM
Aside from this being incorrect, it seems like everything you said is based on the assumption of 20/20 vision. People can actually have better than 20/20.
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#54wh0_kn0wsPosted 3/18/2014 8:36:13 PM
Reece504 posted...
BaconPancakes posted...
*Facepalms through my face and goes through my wall and lands in a McDonald's.


I laughed and farted at the same time good one


see, this topic was good for something
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#55HeracylostPosted 3/18/2014 8:36:27 PM
Another soft spot, you guys are gonna get bruses kicking yourselves.
#56gobuffalo30Posted 3/18/2014 8:45:53 PM
Reece504 posted...
BaconPancakes posted...
*Facepalms through my face and goes through my wall and lands in a McDonald's.


I laughed and farted at the same time good one


So you larted?
#57skermac(Topic Creator)Posted 3/18/2014 8:49:38 PM
Caanimal posted...
Wait, wait, wait, hold on a minute.... Sooooo HDTV is a load of bull and everything over 720p is worthless and irrelevant....


Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight....

Wow, some peoples...


yes!
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#58xfri123Posted 3/18/2014 8:49:41 PM
skermac posted...
Forget 1080p and 4k, heres proof.

The resolution of our eyes is 12 vertical lines per arc angle (one line per arcminute for 20/20 acuity) times 2. Now 28 degrees x 12 lines x 2 = 672. This means we really can't see a display component (pixel) smaller than 1/672 x image width. Our minimum resolvable element size is about 0.065", or about twice the size of the pixels of the WXGA image! Put bluntly, from 8 feet away while watching a 50 inch plasma TV, the human eye is generally incapable of reliably distinguishing any detail finer than that shown on a true 720p display!

http://www.audioholics.com/hdtv-formats/1080p-and-the-acuity-of-human-vision/understanding-1080p-resolution-in-displays.html


Xbone 720p. You can't compare the difference of 720p and 1080p you are the one of stupid people.
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#59tadmfpolePosted 3/18/2014 9:05:59 PM
I really can't tell if this is a joke topic or not.
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#60ghostemp77Posted 3/18/2014 9:11:11 PM
I can tell the between 720p and 1080p in movies and television shows, but not video games.

Does that count?
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