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post #11 of 14
CPI in mouse sensors and megapixels in cameras are the exact same thing!!!

So many variables are ignored, dynamic range, low-light performance, Etc.
post #12 of 14
Variate as LED or VCSEL is a consistent light source to an extent. Typical imaging quality depends on surface.


@popups.

361*2 = 722 *.8 = 577.6 > 500

900*2 = 1800 *1 = 1800 > 1600

I may be wrong in some shape or form. I don't exactly know specifics of array size vs CPI scaling.
Edited by Skylit - 6/8/13 at 4:43pm
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

@popups.

361*2 = 722 *.8 = 577.6 > 500

900*2 = 1800 *1 = 1800 > 1600

I may be wrong in some shape or form. I don't exactly know specifics of array size vs CPI scaling.

What do these numbers stand for? What is the pixel array size of the two?
post #14 of 14
My CPI are bigger than yours, that's what "le consumer" needs to know, right ? when they're instead just a quantitative assessment. I would've liked to hear an engineer's pov on polling rates( eg. 500 vs1000 Hz) as well, but all in all very nice video that strikes a bit at the heart of low level mouse consumerism.
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