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Can the human eye to see the difference between screens accurately 720.1080 and 4 K
Last published studies reported that no human eye Note the difference between screens accurately 720, and 1080 and 4 K in real terms has to be the availability of some specific factors to accurately monitor these differences.
And the dissemination of Carlton Bale, a researcher in the field of technology, to own his blog a post to compare the differences in the screens and how the human eye can distinguish between them.
And provided for the study on the screen must be large and the distance of the user which should be close, Valchacat accurately 4K contain 8.3 million pixels compared to 2.1 million pixels in the screens accurately 1080p, but in spite of the great difference between the two, but the human eye can only distinguish 60 pixel at a corner.
And the user must sit within a distance of less than 165 cm to take advantage of 4K resolution to be sized at least 84-inch screen. But to take advantage of the screens accurately 1080p A user needs to move away 600 cm at the most from the screen, and 900 cm at the most to benefit from the screens accurately 720p.
The study added that, after the more than 1200 cm, the screen resolution will not differ for the human eye and Stbdoa image as accurately 480p only.
Most of smartphones and offers the possibility of imaging accurately 4K, where he was most recently a telephone iPhone 6S and 6 S Plus from Apple. As YouTube added support this resolution since 2010, and added support for the accuracy 8K in the current year.Viewing:-157
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