Human Eye’s “megapixel” Resolution

By 21 September 2007 Uncategorized No Comments

Apparently a human eye has around 5 million cone receptors that detect colour and around hundred million rods that detect monochrome contrast which is about 105MP per eye, however you have 2 eyes and they are shaped with in built image processing, in perfect light and with perfect eyes (both not likely with facts like “Women have more cones than men”) your eyes pick up and give your brain a MP image of :

Approximately 210mega-pixels capture that your brain turns into an approximately 550 mega-pixels image

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