There is a lot of conflicting information about how humans perceive the world. Some people say that the human eye cannot perceive more than 60 frames per second, while the abundance of high refresh rate monitors and phones seems to contradict that. So, just how high resolution and how fast is the human eye?
Coming to us from Corridor Crew, a channel known mostly for their "VFX Artists React" series, they break down the science and technology that differentiates the human eye from a digital sensor, specifically the Red Gemini 5K, as it is their most capable camera on hand.
While the tests they do in the video are not entirely scientifically sound, relying a bit too much on a small sample size's subjectivity, they do bring up some of the difficulties in transferring something between a digital format like a camera to a biological format like our eyes. There is also the fact that our eyes are higher "resolution" in the middle of our field of view and lower "resolution" the farther away from the center you get. If our eyes were the same resolution across our entire field of view, they would be 576 megapixels according to Corridor's calculations.
What did you think of the video? Was it helpful at all in understanding the difference between our eyes and a camera? What did you think of their testing methods?