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MellyIsTrans:

Because of the Persistence of vision A. The action in a movie appears continuous B.the images need to be projected continuous C.we are able to see many thousands of separate still images D.we are able to sit threw a movie even tho we don't like it

Selenaylosdinos546:

Nvm forgot I deleted snap, give me a sec I'll walk you through it

MellyIsTrans:

@selenaylosdinos546 wrote:
Nvm forgot I deleted snap, give me a sec I'll walk you through it
Thx so far this english book has Ben all over the place first it was western stuff now its asking me wild questions about filming

Selenaylosdinos546:

It is A, Persistence of vision works as it does, because the human eye and brain are only equipped to process 10 to 12 images each second, whereas humans can retain an image for 1/15th of a second. This means that if another image were to succeed the first image within this space of time, it would appear continuous

Selenaylosdinos546:

I think, I'm not entirely sure

Selenaylosdinos546:

I'm debating between A and C

MellyIsTrans:

@selenaylosdinos546 wrote:
It is A, Persistence of vision works as it does, because the human eye and brain are only equipped to process 10 to 12 images each second, whereas humans can retain an image for 1/15th of a second. This means that if another image were to succeed the first image within this space of time, it would appear continuous
After cross referencing with the material it is A thx for the help

Selenaylosdinos546:

@mellyistrans wrote:
@selenaylosdinos546 wrote:
It is A, Persistence of vision works as it does, because the human eye and brain are only equipped to process 10 to 12 images each second, whereas humans can retain an image for 1/15th of a second. This means that if another image were to succeed the first image within this space of time, it would appear continuous
After cross referencing with the material it is A thx for the help
You're welcome, if you need any further help, I'll try my best to help, feel free to @ me anytime

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