Re: Panasonic LCD TV Viewing angle
- From: "Emperor's New Widescreen" <me@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 02 Jan 2006 19:34:16 GMT
"Kennedy McEwen" <rkm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> In article <hN_tf.39101$Dg6.37972@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Emperor's New
> Widescreen <me@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes
> >Anyway if you wear goggles which invert the image your brain will
> >correct it after a week or two apparently. The transition period must
> >be interesting, does it suddenly switch or is there some sort of
> >transition period?
> Having spoken with someone who did this, it is apparently like learning
> to ride a bike: you struggle for the first couple of days trying to
> remember that everything you see is upside down and compensating for it
> (eg. holding a glass above the tap to pour water in) then very suddenly
> it all comes together and you realise that you are making all of the
> compensation without thinking. Soon after, you forget that everything
> is upside down and just see it as normal. When the glasses are removed,
> direct vision looks upside down for a few days too.
> Its a bit like widescreen - it is normal after you see it a few times
> and then 4:3 looks abnormally narrow, unless there is something wrong
> with your brain that prevents it developing.
So I guesss omeone who watched too many widescreen films
or spent to much time in the cinema would develop vision unsuited
to the real world. He would thus try to make the rest of the world
Weird isn't it?
It must be very tramatic to the brain to be reapeatedly switched from the
real world of real life to the artificial world of widescreen, I gues such
will end up in the looney bin.
Your arguement loooked quite good for half a second but I quickly spotted
Difficult argueing against reality isn't it?
Still 10 out of 10 for effort.
One out of ten for achievement.
> Yes, Socrates himself is particularly missed;
> A lovely little thinker, but a bugger when he's pissed.
> Python Philosophers (replace 'nospam' with 'kennedym' when
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