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Always suspected that painting our retinas with bigger HDTV (NTSC, etc.) color images is an important aspect of simulating realism. Anyone come across studies on this? Seems like a duh that bright 120-in. images, done right, have more impact than 27-in. ones. But what are the physiological/psychological reasons? -- John
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larger images are more immersive, the greater degree of our field of view is filled by an image the easier it is to see the image as reality.
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