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Frames Per Second: Fact & Fiction - Frames Per Second: Fact & Fiction
Sat, August 31 2002 | 4:47PM | PermaLink Feedback?
One day I got to thinking about all this FPS (Frames Per Second) business. There is so much talk about what's right, what's wrong, what can be and can't be seen. Considering I knew next to nothing aside from personal experience, I thought I'd do a little research and give a little fact and fiction. Many people argue about what makes a difference and what doesn't, specifically what the human eye can perceive. Some claim 24fps, others 30, some 60, some 200, some even upwards of 2000 and above. Feel free to add any numbers in-between. The truth of the matter is, every one of these people is right and wrong in their own respect. Why? Because that's not how the brain works. Try as I may to make the information "flow", it's relatively difficult because everything is intertwined. Therefore, I've provided a few categories with things to consider.
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