BRNKNG
3 years ago1,000+ Views
Here is a video from NVIDIA explaining one aspect of graphics settings. In short, due to the limitations of presenting images that are broken down into pixels, lines at an angle cannot be represented as true 'straight' lines. If you look very closely, diagonals are actually pixels forming a 'staircase' pattern. For those of you who ever played around with Microsoft Paint or Photoshop, you should know what I'm talking about.
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I remember when this was such a big deal when comparing graphics cards. Don't know if its still a criteria anymore, I've been out of the game for too long
3 years ago·Reply
@AgentCory Hey, no need to apologize.
3 years ago·Reply
@DanteL I'm sure you're still aware of how enthusiasts love their numbers and specs and new shiny things. It definitely remains a criteria for all those computer performance purists out there. Personally, graphic fidelity isn't a huge deal for me, but I sure love the maths behind all of it. SCIENCE!
3 years ago·Reply
Nice find, thanks for sharing @BRNKNG
3 years ago·Reply
@amog32 You are absolutely welcome....just doing my best to bring fresh, interesting content. Glad you enjoyed it!
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