Originally Posted by ramicio
Uhh, reality is most certainly NOT blurred. Your eyes and brain do the blurring. If it was blurred to how we see it, then cameras would not be any better than the eye, but we can actually now capture into the million FPS range (see light moving).
I said that people don't like the high FPS stuff because they're not used to it. They've been subject to movies looking UNREALISTIC for oh, about a century now.
You attribute high FPS to being unrealistic because your opinion is preconceived that high FPS + video = farther from reality. Closed mind.
It's like you don't bother to read anything you are arguing against.
First of all, I never said high fps is a problem for me. I said it is for most other people, which is why they don't like the 48p experience, which is what YOU said.
Secondly, I said people don't like it because they aren't used to it, repeatedly, not you.
And third, I have said every single time I mentioned it that it is your BRAIN adding this effect, and when your BRAIN is seeing conflicting data that tells it not to apply said effect, then there is problems. This is a fault of the medium, the fact that the things are not actually moving in front of you, given the reference point of the rest of the TV. The solution is artificial motion blur, as I have said like.... 20 times now.
But as long as people don't like it, it wont be a thing, and nobody will ever invest time into perfecting the methods which make it appear natural.
The simple fact is that our brains expect certain conditions to be met, and the result is motion blur being percieved. If the conditions are not met, even though it appears they are, you get movement where you normally expect blur... but no blur. And that is why your subconcious rejects it. Consciously, you know it is fine, but your brain still says "this is wrong".
Reality is nothing more than perception as far as our brain is concerened. To simply state "well there is no motion blur in real life" is asinine, because it doesn't matter whether or not things, as observed by some super being with a flawless perception, blur in reality. What matters is how our brains percieve movement, which is the entire point of the medium - perception.Edited by Masta Squidge - 6/17/13 at 9:14am