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There is infinite colors but screens can only show 16 777 217 of them. amirite?

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I remember when monitors displayed 2 colors: black and not black. 256 color displays were mind-blowing.

Doesn't matter to me. I can't count that high anyway.

Framie1s avatar Framie1 Yeah You Are +7Reply

Some people can see more. There's a gene apparently

A healthy human eye has three types of cone cells, each of which can register about 100 different colour shades, therefore most researchers ballpark the number of colours we can distinguish at around a million.

So even if a TV does have over 16 million colours nearly all of them are irrelevant to the human visibility spectrum!

Mcgee0s avatar Mcgee0 Yeah You Are +5Reply

But in how many of them do we win?

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