frame rate

frame rate

So wait...what's the frame rate of our eyes?

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Cameras, movies, computers, and televisions all work on the principle of frames to create the illusion of motion. So...what about our eyes? Do they have a frame rate? Join me on Social Media for updates and activity http://facebook.com/techadamslab http://twitter.com/techadamslab Questions or Comments? Post them below! And as always, keep thinking! ~Tech Written, Directed, Filmed, Edited and Animated by Tech Adams. © 2015, Tech Adams Laboratories “Axial Organization of the Retina” by Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Histologie Du Système Nerveux de l'Homme et Des Vertébrés, Maloine, Paris, 1911, Public Domain; Vectorization by Chrkl (2009), CC-BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons “Eye-diagram” by Chabacano (2007), CC-BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons “Rod Cell” by Madhero88 (2009), CC-BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons “Cone Cell” by Ivo Kruusamägi (2010), CC-BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons “Neuron Hand-tuned” by Quasar Jarosz (2009), CC-BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons “Human eye - blue - without watermark.jpg” by Garretttaggs55, CC-BY-SA via Wikimedia Commons “Human Brain on White Background” by _DJ_, CC-BY-SA via Flickr “Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory” by The Lumière Brothers (1895), Public Domain (USA) “May Irwin Kiss” by The Thomas Edison Corporation (1896), Public Domain (USA) via The Library of Congress “Mounted Police Charge” by The Thomas Edison Corporation (1896), Public Domain (USA) via The Library of Congress “Thomas Alva Edison, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front” (c. 1922), Public Domain (USA) via The Library of Congress “Les freres Lumière” c. 1920, Public Domain (USA) via Wikimedia Commons Apollo 12 Images & Launch Sounds courtesy of NASA “The mystery of The Tube Light - in slow motion” by Saurabh Misra (2011), CC-BY via YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ69pS3z7JU “Wedding Cake” by shine oa (2009), CC-BY via Flickr