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Old Dec 20, 2019, 04:39 PM   #75
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Hey man, the key is the quote not the app.

You're arguing against common knowledge and basic logic.

The big irony here is how the very picture that you posted to show "resolution clarity", where you straight claim that "regardless of pixel density, muh clarity 4k", is showing exactly the effect of pixel density. See how the size of the pictures is the same but there is more pixels?

Also, what this picture shows, is how would a 32.5" 1080p compare to 32.5" 4k, or a 65" 1080p would compare to 65" 4k.

Nothing to do with how a 32.5" 1080p would compare to 65" 4k.

Originally Posted by Exposed View Post

This couldn't be more "clear" (pun intended) in this demonstration:

Regardless of what screen size, what pixel density, how far away or close you look at the left HD side, whatever you do it will never approach the clarity of that 4k image.
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Garth Merenghi quotes
Most of you will probably know me already from my extensive canon of chillers including "Afterbirth" in which a mutated placenta attacks Bristol.

Everyone has a special talent. Mine is being able to write, produce direct, act, paint... Other people are good plumbers, that's their gift.

There are rebels and there are innovators. I'm a rebel. I play a rebel brain expert who's in rebelliance against conventional logic, who's in rebelliance against the world order. It's about rebelliance. And if that's not being an innovator, I don't know what is.

In times of conflict, when you're up against an agressor, be he human, be he inhuman, whoe'er he be, often he is both.

Greetings traveller. Who am I? Perhaps you have met me twixt sleep and and wake - in the penumbra of uncertainity you call unconsiousness... you know, my books are essentialy about "what ifs". In "Black Fang" I asked - what if a rat could drive a bus? And what if it and its rat brethren took over and ate Parliment?

A lot of people say "Garth Merenghi? Doesn't he write that horror crap?" Well, you're an idiot, because my books always say something, even if it's simple like "Don't geneticaly engineer crabs to be as big as man". There's always a message or a theme.
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