You don't see in 4k

Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Home Theatre' started by TriplexDread, Aug 10, 2018 at 1:28 PM.

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    TriplexDread

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    Bouncing around YouTube today and saw this little gem

    Some interesting facts. How accurate he is i'm uncertain. But most makes sense

     
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    That's really interesting! I guess 4K would be relevant for people with good vision, watching a large screen from a relatively short distance away... other than that, not much point really.

    This reminds me of my father-in-law, who choose to watch blu-ray over DVD but does so without wearing his glasses (he's short sighted), bless him :rolleyes:

    In my experience, the things that really count when when watching films / TV / playing game is more to do with sound quality than video, plus having dark darks does make a difference too. But maybe that's just me :user:
     
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    muckshifter I'm not weird, I'm a limited edition. Moderator

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    I watch 4K in Braille, so much easier. :)


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    lol@Mucks
     
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    Our eye has 100 thousand by 100 thousand receptors which translates to 10 million receptors.
     
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