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Is Seeing Really Believing? | The Quick and the Curious -
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The Quick and the Curious
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Our brains can interpret an image just 13 milliseconds after we see it, but we still don't catch everything. For our visual system to correctly process everything we see, our brains would have to be the size of houses!

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'Marnige' 25 minutes ago
hey, it's Mark rober!
Sam Ba
'Sam Ba' 1 week ago
humans don't see 60 fps; we see in 15 fps.
Bill S
'Bill S' 1 week ago
neat sculpures. math IS beautiful!
'zHSVClubby' 1 week ago
60fps? I dont think so. I can clearly tell the difference between a 60hz monitor and a 120hz monitor
'SubHek' 1 week ago
60 fps? lol downvoted this propaganda
'Mr MMR' 1 week ago
seeing is not believing, there are many things we don't understand or able to see but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist
Kepler Born
'Kepler Born' 1 week ago
consoles peasants are going to try and argue this one and fail miserably
Kim Bratton
'Kim Bratton' 1 week ago
I wouldn't mind having one of those!
'blubase06' 1 week ago
excuse me? I can see 144hz a second. console peasants.
Brandon Foley
'Brandon Foley' 1 week ago
The full quote is: Seeing is believing, but feeling is the truth. In other words, the experience of it is the truth (being in person and or doing it) as optical illusions, special effects and the like can trick one or more of the senses.
Georgi Strikov
'Georgi Strikov' 1 week ago
Console peasants can only see 30 FPS.
'MrBasketballMD' 1 week ago
Why does he look like a mannequin that came alive
Marios SONY
'Marios SONY' 1 week ago
'Shady' 1 week ago
But that's actually not right. There are people out there whose brains aren't able to filter out unnecessary information. These are called savants. They can remember every little detail they've seen throughout their entire life and their brains aren't as big as a house..
Julian Gouldhawke
'Julian Gouldhawke' 1 week ago
First to say thanks for the knowledge 😅😅
'Shady' 1 week ago
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'Jay Kate' 1 week ago
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