How many frames per second can your eyes see?
To avoid confusion, keep in mind that eyes are not able to see, meaning that the number of frames an eye can capture per second usually differes from the number of frames the brain can process.
The human brain processes about 20 frames per second, but can go as high as 60 when in panic.
This is purely made for survival purposes, and can only be achieved by reducing other important brain activity (which you would need for rational thinking, emotions or social interaction, for example).
This also explains why, when you are in panic, you perceive everything as being in a sort of slow motion, compared to how fast you would normally perceive things. This is so that your brain can know and decide where to go next in a dangerous situation (as falling to ground, or being chased by a wild animal).
However, the human eye is able to capture much more frames per second, even higher than 200 fps in some cases. This varies a lot from person to person, and it does not change the fact that your brain processes 20 fps. Since the human eye perceives information continuously, at a rate much higher than the brain can process, you would not be able to see at 200 fps.
Under ideal conditions you would even be capable of processing the afterimage of a single frame that had been shown for 5 milliseconds (wich corresponds to 200 fps) or less.
24 frames per second
18 frames per second (scary right?)
You don't need to do a calculation here as it states that there are 47 frames every second
24 frames per second (standard) would be 1440 frames per minute.
24 of them.
At 24 frames per second times 60 seconds equals 1440 frames per minute.
I have not heard of 'easter' PAL, but assuming that it's the same as PAL, the standard PAL runs at 25 frames per second, as opposed to NTSC, which runs at 29.97 frames per second.
24 frames per second are projected in most animated films.
30 frames per second is, for instance, 30 times the shutter has clicked a second on a camera. It is the repetition rate.
FPS = Frames Per Second. It is a measure of how many frames of video is generated every second. Higher FPS means smoother video.
It depends highly on what you are running. Are you thinking of a specific game? I hope you know what frames per seconds are...
That shouldn't matter if you are running on java.
At 24 frames per second, it is 11 minutes, 3 seconds and 16 frames
25 FPS : Frames Per Second .
Life at 24 Frames Per Second - 2003 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
FPS Could be many answers 2 that come to mind Frames per second , Cameras Feet per second, Measuring speed
Frames per second.
Frames per second?
Frames per second
fps can stand for Frames Per Second but can also refer to Feet Per Second.
The 360 part of the name comes from how many frames per second games run in memory. Once the frames output to video displays that output changes to 60 frames per second. The reason the output was lowered to 60 frames per second was most modern HDTV displays at the time the Xbox 360 was developed could not display more than 60 frames per second. With some displays now capable of as high as 240… Read More
Images per second and frames per second are both the same. They describe the video image that is stored.
How many frames per a second on average was used in a Batman or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon to make the motion look very fluid?
I think that Batman: The Animated Series was set at 24 frames per second. As for TMNT cartoons, I have no idea.
This depends on how smooth you want your animation to look the minimum frame rate is usually 12 frames per second therefore 12fps * 60(seconds per minute) * 3(minutes) = 2160 frames if you want to try different frame rates use the equation f(x) = x * 180 where x = the number of frames per second to find the number for frames you will have to take to complete your video.
It could stand for Frames Per Second, Feet Per Second, or First Person Shooter.
One can't speak for all birds, though a pigeon would need at least 75 frames-per-second to create a sense of fluid motion. Anything less would be a boring slideshow to a dove.
This is a frame rate - the number of frames a camera shoots per one second. "60" is the frame rate and "i" stands for interlaced. However because the frames are interlaced there are actually only 30 frames per second. 60 are the interleaved fields that are shown together in one second for smoother video. Other frame rates are 30p, 24p or 25p where the number are the frames per second and "p" stands for… Read More
25 FPS : Frames Per Second .
Its 1984 fps
I'm almost certain film runs at 24 frames per second.
i've been told it's 600,000 but i'm not entirely sure
24 frames per second
Movies created in PhotoBooth are 640 X 480, using H264 compression and run at 15 frames per second (although this varies slightly for each movie).
What are the release dates for TEDTalks - 2006 Ramesh Raskar Imaging at a Trillion Frames Per Second?
TEDTalks - 2006 Ramesh Raskar Imaging at a Trillion Frames Per Second was released on: USA: June 2012
30 All (Current generation) consoles run at a maximum of 30 FPS.
Yes, 60 frames per second is faster than 50 framer per second.
Film standards are based on the frames per second that are exposed and then projected. A typical film speed is 24 fps (frames per second). Since this standard is expressed as frames per unit of time, it is natural to express the total length in time units (hours,minutes,seconds).
usually 24 frames per second
Yes, in fact in is the reason why you get frames per second!
first person shooter.on a PC i would say frames per second but on a 360 you don't really have to worry about frames per second, as all the games are designed to use the xbox 360 specific graphics card
30 frames per second is the minimum rate that it takes to fool the human eye into believing that a series of still pictures are moving.
The refresh rate - is the number of times per second that display data is sent to the screen (as opposed to the number of frames per second).
Depends on what you mean. If you mean feet/sec, it's already a movement speed. if it's frames per second, it depends on how large the frame was as well as how many frames the object is present in the frame.
FPS can stand for 1. First Person Shooter 2. Frames Per Second
It would run...at 0.3 frames per second.
It was invented in the 1920s, 90 years ago from 2011. The answer was supplied in an article discussing the 48/60 frames per second digital projector which is being considered for the 2012 release: Peter Jackson's The Hobbit.