# Resolution and fps where are the limits?

#### Creamu

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Hello,

I'm I am shaking right now... Soon the great disaster will fall uoon us.

If civilisation can manage to hold together for long enough, we might be able to see 8k 120fps as standard.

But where are the limits of human persception. Would be 16k 240 fps a notable differance. At what point is there no differeance at all.

#### kr1v

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on pixels im not sure but for sure on fps we cant "render" more fps than 60 (20MS) but ive heard that our eyes have 4 megapixels howmany that is i dont know but maybe thats 4k

#### rantex92

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Hello,

I'm I am shaking right now... Soon the great disaster will fall uoon us.

If civilisation can manage to hold together for long enough, we might be able to see 8k 120fps as standard.

But where are the limits of human persception. Would be 16k 240 fps a notable differance. At what point is there no differeance at all.

this could be usefull information

### Formula to Calculate the Megapixel of Human Eye​

Although the human eyes are capable of perceiving visual information of around 180 degrees without moving the head sidewise, we are using 120 degrees to calculate the megapixel of the eye so that we can consider the fixed primary gaze of the eye and the related visual field.

Here, the view in front of our eyes will be 120 by 120, like looking through a square frame at a scene. The resolution or the megapixel of the human eye would be:

120*120*60*60 / (0.3*0.3) = 576,000,000 individual pixels = 576 megapixels or 576 MP

### Human Eye Can Capture 576 Megapixels of Resolution​

The human eye can detect and resolve 576 megapixels per second in bright daylight & ideal conditions, which is about 200 times better than the latest digital cameras. It also means that we humans can detect a whole lot of information at a glance.

576 megapixels of human eye resolution means that our eyes can capture half a million picture pixels in a second to produce the clearest picture or vision that we usually see. This resembles how powerful our eyes are.

One of the coolest things about us humans is our ability to perceive detail. We have a very dense receptor array in our eyes capable of detecting and resolving over half a million images in one second.

So, our eyes are able to detect and resolve an extremely high amount of information at a glance. Even under very challenging circumstances, our eyes can still capture and process an impressive amount of information in any scene. This is all possible due to the 576-megapixel resolution of our eyes.

### Human Eye can Handle up to 36,000 bits of information in an hour:​

Our eyes can process about 36,000 bits of information per hour, which means we can focus on 50 things at a time. So, we are able to retain most of the information that passes through our eyes because we can process as much as we can see.

This is quite surprising because there are numerous events happening at a point in time, and even if they were able to make an impression on our brains, we might be able to recall them later on.

So, this is the maximum limit of information that our eyes can handle. But, not every human is capable of doing it because of things like health conditions, age, visual circumstances, etc.

Xzi and yusuo

#### kr1v

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well that means one of my eyes has 127 megapixels and the other 550 megapixels. im a weird person

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