<christer.ericsson-1601972142300001 at lhall327-2.pharm.buffalo.edu>,
ericsson at acsu.buffalo.edu wrote:
>What is the resolution of the human eye?
Resolution of what, by whom? There are many ways to measure resolution.
These yield results ranging from a few arc-seconds to an arc-minute or so.
Individuals also vary widely. Some may have bar-gap resolutions of a
minute of angle or so --- others maybe a third of a minute. In any case,
eye resolution has nothing to do with the useful resolution of an optical
system, since such systems can produce, at the retina, anything the
designers deem useful.
Al Revzin PhD
Former Vision Person