[rescue] Looking : Sgi/Sun stuff
wwill at siu.edu
Mon Jun 27 07:43:13 CDT 2005
Your problem is not noticable to 90+% of the total human population. For
the population over about 40 years of age, it's likely more like 99.9%.
Wait a while, keep sitting that close to a monitor all day straining your
eyes, you'll soon be right where the most of us are, hardly able to see a
pixel at all, and the interstices will just disappear entirely. Then your
monitor choices will expand enormously.
Got my first set of cheaters two weeks ago. I'm 45. Even so, that still
puts me in the top couple percent of good vision. I blame monitors and
fluorescent lights for the confounded spectacles.
At 11:19 PM 6/26/2005 -0400, you wrote:
>Bill Bradford wrote:
>> Do you sit three inches from a screen? The only time I've seen this
>> effect is on plasma TV screens at CompUSA/BestBuy/etc...
>> never seen it on a computer LCD.
>A foot away, and even two feet away I can see it. I can see it on the
>Apple Studios also. Once you see it, you can always pick it out. With
>the Viewsonic it really looks like I am working with 8-bit textures again.
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