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Why do people say the max a human eye can see is 60HZ?

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2 years ago#11
Sempiterna posted...
Anyone can go to a nice TV/monitor at Walmart and see that the 120HZ TV's are much smoother, wha up with that? Maybe the max is between 60 and 120HZ?


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2 years ago#12
WyzeGye posted...
the human eye can only see 30 fps, the rest is all done in the brain, filling the blanks and whatnot.

FACT


If only developers knew framerate was unimportant.
Such a shame they're all going for 60 fps even if some of them have to lower the resolution (BF4) for the new consoles.

Such a shame these giant devs don't know what they're doing, and keep creating games accidentally.

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2 years ago#13
WyzeGye posted...
the human eye can only see 30 fps, the rest is all done in the brain, filling the blanks and whatnot.

FACT


First the eye doesn't see in "frames" exactly. And second it can see upwards of 300 fps depending on the person.
2 years ago#14
why do people say the earth is 6000 years old
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2 years ago#15
SUPER3METROIDX posted...
WyzeGye posted...
the human eye can only see 30 fps, the rest is all done in the brain, filling the blanks and whatnot.

FACT


First the eye doesn't see in "frames" exactly. And second it can see upwards of 300 fps depending on the person.


you just contradicted yourself. Your argument holds no water.
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2 years ago#16
WyzeGye posted...
SUPER3METROIDX posted...
WyzeGye posted...
the human eye can only see 30 fps, the rest is all done in the brain, filling the blanks and whatnot.

FACT


First the eye doesn't see in "frames" exactly. And second it can see upwards of 300 fps depending on the person.


you just contradicted yourself. Your argument holds no water.


Cups hold water.
Not facts.
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2 years ago#17
rx54 posted...
WyzeGye posted...
SUPER3METROIDX posted...
WyzeGye posted...
the human eye can only see 30 fps, the rest is all done in the brain, filling the blanks and whatnot.

FACT


First the eye doesn't see in "frames" exactly. And second it can see upwards of 300 fps depending on the person.


you just contradicted yourself. Your argument holds no water.


Cups hold water.
Not facts.


Good thing I said 'argument'
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2 years ago#18
WyzeGye posted...
rx54 posted...
WyzeGye posted...
SUPER3METROIDX posted...
WyzeGye posted...
the human eye can only see 30 fps, the rest is all done in the brain, filling the blanks and whatnot.

FACT


First the eye doesn't see in "frames" exactly. And second it can see upwards of 300 fps depending on the person.


you just contradicted yourself. Your argument holds no water.


Cups hold water.
Not facts.


Good thing I said 'argument'


How so?
Wouldn't one be upset to look unintelligent by claiming facts to be arguments?
Facts are not debatable, can't be argued, can't be arguments.
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2 years ago#19
...i literally said "your argument holds no water"

You retorted with "cups hold water. Not facts"

To which I responded "good thing I said argument"

You're not making any sense.


The other poster started by saying that the human eye doesn't see in fps, then finished by saying we see upward of 300 fps. How is that fact?
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2 years ago#20
WyzeGye posted...
...i literally said "your argument holds no water"

You retorted with "cups hold water. Not facts"

To which I responded "good thing I said argument"

You're not making any sense


I bet he's making dollars though NAH'M SAYIN' BRAH YA LOL?
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