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If light is treated as a signal and the eye and brain of a human is a sensor
and interpreter of the signal.
From sampling theory (Nyquist and Shannon) to represent a signal exactly as
it is - its necessary to at least sample at twice the frequency (usually
higher than this)
Although it *is* possible to break with this traditional thought!
Is this a valid question??
How fast does the human eye/brain system sample light??
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The human eye cannot exceed the Nyquist limit, but the eye is connected to a
brain which can imagine all kinds of things stimulated through the eye.
1/30th of a second is about the limit of the eye/brain's ability to image.
Longer is better.
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