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4K Gaming truly is beautiful

#91ThePCElitistPosted 6/12/2014 8:44:07 AM
haeloo posted...
The human eye can't tell the difference between 1080p and 4k.


If I see one more person say the human eye can't see something. I'm gonna smack you upside the head at 60 fps since you wouldn't see it coming.
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#92OreoBoy206Posted 6/12/2014 8:46:03 AM
Spartan_Vice posted...
iimthomas posted...
haeloo posted...
The human eye can't tell the difference between 1080p and 4k.


you need better eyes then. i have horrible eyes and i can see the difference


Eyes have a set capability for vision in human beings, the best being 20/20. The only way 4K is viable to the human eye is if you own a 72 inch monitor/television, and that's being generous.


20/20 is actually average, not the best..
#93Xtreme-VoidPosted 6/12/2014 8:51:09 AM
Well I haven't though using any screen larger than 40 inch, because 40 inch is already large enough for a monitor, and it still in 1080p, and my eyes is just about 30 cm away from the screen.
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#94PsyborgasmPosted 6/12/2014 9:03:46 AM(edited)
The internet is fine. It is a very very small portion of the population that actually trolls and insults others through this medium. 99% of people I know arent even aware of what 'trolling' means, yet they are on the internet every day.

Sites like gfaqs are a magnet for unhappy people who have no issue with anonymously insulting others.

Edit: oops, meant to quote someone.
#95Spartan_VicePosted 6/12/2014 9:00:32 AM
OreoBoy206 posted...
Spartan_Vice posted...
iimthomas posted...
haeloo posted...
The human eye can't tell the difference between 1080p and 4k.


you need better eyes then. i have horrible eyes and i can see the difference


Eyes have a set capability for vision in human beings, the best being 20/20. The only way 4K is viable to the human eye is if you own a 72 inch monitor/television, and that's being generous.


20/20 is actually average, not the best..


Semantics. the amount of people that have 20/10 or visual acuity higher than 20/20 is statistically insignificant. Therefore, the best visual acuity you are statistically likely to achieve is 20/20.
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#96DarkZV2BetaPosted 6/12/2014 9:35:59 AM
Xtreme-Void posted...
Well I haven't though using any screen larger than 40 inch, because 40 inch is already large enough for a monitor, and it still in 1080p, and my eyes is just about 30 cm away from the screen.


Hope you like dem pixels?!
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#97DarkZV2BetaPosted 6/12/2014 9:36:48 AM
Spartan_Vice posted...
OreoBoy206 posted...
Spartan_Vice posted...
iimthomas posted...
haeloo posted...
The human eye can't tell the difference between 1080p and 4k.


you need better eyes then. i have horrible eyes and i can see the difference


Eyes have a set capability for vision in human beings, the best being 20/20. The only way 4K is viable to the human eye is if you own a 72 inch monitor/television, and that's being generous.


20/20 is actually average, not the best..


Semantics. the amount of people that have 20/10 or visual acuity higher than 20/20 is statistically insignificant. Therefore, the best visual acuity you are statistically likely to achieve is 20/20.


Which doesn't matter at all. If you want to settle for mediocrity, go and tend the fields with the rest of the peasants.
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#98Xtreme-VoidPosted 6/12/2014 9:37:55 AM
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Xtreme-Void posted...
Well I haven't though using any screen larger than 40 inch, because 40 inch is already large enough for a monitor, and it still in 1080p, and my eyes is just about 30 cm away from the screen.


Hope you like dem pixels?!


care to elaborate?
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#99KillerTrufflePosted 6/12/2014 9:39:11 AM
Spartan_Vice posted...
iimthomas posted...
haeloo posted...
The human eye can't tell the difference between 1080p and 4k.


you need better eyes then. i have horrible eyes and i can see the difference


Eyes have a set capability for vision in human beings, the best being 20/20. The only way 4K is viable to the human eye is if you own a 72 inch monitor/television, and that's being generous.


lol

If 20/20 is "the best," why do some people have visual acuity of 20/10? All 20/20 means is that you can see all the detail at 20 feet that the AVERAGE person can see at 20 feet. People with 20/60 vision have to be at 20 feet to see what the average person can see from 60 feet away. People with 20/10 can see at 20 feet what the average person needs to be 10 feet away to see.

20/20 is nothing more than the average - definitely not "the best."

Spartan_Vice posted...
Semantics. the amount of people that have 20/10 or visual acuity higher than 20/20 is statistically insignificant. Therefore, the best visual acuity you are statistically likely to achieve is 20/20.


Oh I see... backpedaling now. No, it's actually not semantics at all. It's truth. I used to have 20/10 vision myself. I've also known other people with it. It is not "statistically insignificant." In fact, once you factor in all the people who need corrective lenses (which is actually quite a lot these days), you should realize you also have to have people on the other side of the scale to balance those people out. Not gonna save yourself from this one... you claimed 20/20 is "the best." There's nothing semantic about that - 20/10 is better. You were just making bogus claims.
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#100Spartan_VicePosted 6/12/2014 9:42:16 AM
KillerTruffle posted...
Spartan_Vice posted...
iimthomas posted...
haeloo posted...
The human eye can't tell the difference between 1080p and 4k.


you need better eyes then. i have horrible eyes and i can see the difference


Eyes have a set capability for vision in human beings, the best being 20/20. The only way 4K is viable to the human eye is if you own a 72 inch monitor/television, and that's being generous.


lol

If 20/20 is "the best," why do some people have visual acuity of 20/10? All 20/20 means is that you can see all the detail at 20 feet that the AVERAGE person can see at 20 feet. People with 20/60 vision have to be at 20 feet to see what the average person can see from 60 feet away. People with 20/10 can see at 20 feet what the average person needs to be 10 feet away to see.

20/20 is nothing more than the average - definitely not "the best."

Spartan_Vice posted...
Semantics. the amount of people that have 20/10 or visual acuity higher than 20/20 is statistically insignificant. Therefore, the best visual acuity you are statistically likely to achieve is 20/20.


Oh I see... backpedaling now. No, it's actually not semantics at all. It's truth. I used to have 20/10 vision myself. I've also known other people with it. It is not "statistically insignificant." In fact, once you factor in all the people who need corrective lenses (which is actually quite a lot these days), you should realize you also have to have people on the other side of the scale to balance those people out. Not gonna save yourself from this one... you claimed 20/20 is "the best." There's nothing semantic about that - 20/10 is better. You were just making bogus claims.


Somebody's jimmies are ruffled. lol
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