3D screen shots?

#11SyntaxBananaZPosted 6/17/2010 6:04:30 PM
OMG I finally did it! So many years it took me :(
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#12Nano KitsunePosted 6/17/2010 6:04:35 PM
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#13Nano KitsunePosted 6/17/2010 6:06:11 PM
It's a fraction.

20/20 = 1.0 = Average Vision

16/20 = 0.75 = Below average vision

I'm 23/20, for example.

15/20 vision would mean you need to be within 15 (units) of something to see what the average person can see from 20 (units)

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#14SMZigPosted 6/17/2010 6:12:00 PM
Actually the first 20 usually stays the same when expressing visual acuity.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/20/20_vision#Visual_acuity_expression

20/20 is average which means at 20 feet, you see as much detail as a normal person would see at 20 feet.

20/10 is better vision. Means that at 20 feet, you see as much detail as a normal person would see at 10 feet.

The higher the second number the worse your vision is.
#15Eno_SuibonPosted 6/17/2010 6:20:16 PM
Just know that 20/20 isn't the best.

20/20 isn't the best, but you don't really get much better. Even the best-sighted astronauts and pilots only have 20/15 or so (this means they see at 20 feet what someone with 20/20 vision can see at 15 feet), and the absolute theoretical limit for humans is somewhere around 20/10.

30/20 would be slightly worse, the lower the number the better.

Technically no, but no American optometrist would say 30/20. 30/20 would be the equivalent of about 20/14 vision, which means someone with 30/20 vision would see at 30 feet what a person with 20/20 eyesight sees at 20 feet.

When the second number is higher, the vision is worse. 20/20 is the standard, but it doesn't really mean anything by itself. Basically it means that, 20 feet away from something, you see what a person with 20/20 eyesight can see. I think sometimes in Europe they'll use 6/6 instead, for six meters, but it means the same thing.

In any case, 20/50 means that, you see at 20 feet what a person with 20/20 eyesight can see from 50 feet away. 20/200 means that you see at 20 feet what a person with 20/20 vision can see 200 feet away. And so on.

You need at least 20/40 eyesight to be able to drive without corrective lenses. And if your eyesight is 20/200 or worse (even when wearing the best glasses possible), you're considered legally blind in the United States.

I recently had to write a paper on optometry, that's how I know all this.
#16Bolt_StormPosted 6/17/2010 6:24:42 PM
20/500 here, though glasses/contacts work with me, so I'm closer to 20/30 or so. Luckily, I don't have astigmatism like some of my family, so I won't have much difficulty with 3D.
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