Skype Dog Is Confused. Skype Dog Is Confused isfunny.net/eminem-is-a-legend/. My husband is deployed and wanted to skype his dog. his was very cunfused... tait. i don't get the joke. funny
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - acheryus
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dogs cant see the 2d. they only register 3d images.
#5 to #1 - Thevaultboy
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#7 to #1 - kaboomz
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#8 to #1 - anon id: 60824d60
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he's not wrong.

pic related, it's how dogs see computer screens.

it's just a glowing rectangle of light to them. they can't see color diferences.
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User avatar #11 to #1 - fjaggot
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but 3d images are created when we see 2d with our both eyes
#15 to #1 - oily
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Well my dog will attack the TV if a dog shows up on the screen.
Well my dog will attack the TV if a dog shows up on the screen.
#3 to #1 - Edensfire
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Hes probably reacting to his voice.
User avatar #4 to #3 - nack
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No, he's reacting to his face
#9 to #1 - InfiniteFetus
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Actually, if what I read briefly was correct, acheryus is almost right. It all depends on how good the dog's vision is and the type of screen it is looking at.

A typical television set produces its visuals with flickering lights that are too fast for humans to notice, which we refer to as frame rates, so the image is clear and smooth to us. You'd actually notice this flickering on older, crummier TVs.

Dogs however can see at a higher frame rate than humans which causes any images to look choppy and consequently unreal to a dog. Or, it's sugested at least, since there's no real way to ask the dog what they think. However, we have TVs with much higher frame rates these days and more and more people are reporting their dogs responding to things on television. Let me know if i'm wrong, I only did, like, a minute of research after all.
#16 to #9 - vit
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First of all, humans and dogs and all other animals does not see in frame rates. Dogs might have different kind of peripheral vision (and that is why they have problem with watching television) than to us humans and might aswell process visual infortmation in a different, more favorable way for dogs, but they should not infact have "higher fps" than us.    
   
I think the fact that old tellies have a flickering light is becuase of their use of fluorescent (CRT).    
   
   
 Might have gotten something wrong but overall that should be right. Other than that here is a sweet video explaining the importance of FPS in video games compared to TV: www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCWZ_kWTB9w
First of all, humans and dogs and all other animals does not see in frame rates. Dogs might have different kind of peripheral vision (and that is why they have problem with watching television) than to us humans and might aswell process visual infortmation in a different, more favorable way for dogs, but they should not infact have "higher fps" than us.

I think the fact that old tellies have a flickering light is becuase of their use of fluorescent (CRT).


Might have gotten something wrong but overall that should be right. Other than that here is a sweet video explaining the importance of FPS in video games compared to TV: www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCWZ_kWTB9w
User avatar #18 to #16 - InfiniteFetus
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Also, the video you posted was at 30hz I guess, and some dogs can see up to 70hz, or something like that.
User avatar #17 to #16 - InfiniteFetus
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Whoops, I should I have worded it "can see a higher frame rate" rather than "can see at". Another way to say it is that dogs can see movement faster than we can so they're able to see between frames, where we can't because it's too fast for us.
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User avatar #10 - herecomesjohnny
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i don't get the joke.
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User avatar #6 - xenoquack
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No.