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assjuice: Omg, real life is infinite frames per second. That's why everything looks like shiat.
BumpInTheNight: So is this why the consoles tend to only render at sub 30 FPS but PCs consistently display at 60 or higher?
R Kelly's Doo Doo Butter: ///Why didn't the eagles just pick them up at the shire and drop them off at Lonely Mountain?
Kaiser Blade: Last I checked movies weren't meant to be simulations.
Haliburton Cummings: this is a buncha malarky too as showscan was 60 fps and no one complained about that.
MurphyMurphy: So much stupid in here it burns. It's like listening to a bunch of 3rd grade boys explain the intricacies of how women parts work.
MurphyMurphy: Well that's the real question. Is it learned behavior or not?These would suggest that there is scientific evidence that it may not be.
tlchwi02: i also wonder if the use of this for something set in a fantasy universe may not be the best idea. If it was a movie about normal people living in a normal world, that might be something. but in a fantasy world with a lot of CGI, any imperfection is going to stand out even more. and lotr (on reflection) had a lot of dodgy cgi.
kingoomieiii: The problem for PC is that most computer monitors want to display at 30 or 60
gwowen: But the only people who's brains process FPS input as if it were reality are psychopaths. All FPS look fundamentally unrealistic, so the brain doesn't give a flying freak about the disjunction between the smoothness of the motion, the artificiality of the perspective, and the fact that a everything is simultaneously in focus regardless (because there's no genuine depth, so no depth-of-field). So yes, FPS are different - they already look fake, so high frame rates don't make them look fake.
gwowen: Listen to the 48fps backlash. As this article says, supersmooth motion with the artificiality of a screen (and, worse, artificial stereoscopy) makes our minds go "Woooaaaah! Something is wrong here!". It's the uncanny valley, the difficulty in processing the disjunction makes it impossible to "forget" you're watching a film, as its constantly reminding you of its own unreality.
Kuroshin: Anybody who has played competitive FPS is laughing at the concept.
Lydia_C: // you'll have a hard time convincing me that any movie in 3D is worth seeing
fluffy2097: It was chosen because it allowed persistence of motion without destroying sprockets
The Skeptical Chemist: assjuice: Omg, real life is infinite frames per second. That's why everything looks like shiat.Real life is a damn hipster. It prefers analog.
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