Our eye is one of the most important parts of our body, It helps us to see our surroundings. The human eye has a temporal resolution, or the ability to perceive changes over time, of around 60 Hz to 75 Hz, meaning that it can process around 60 to 75 frames per second (FPS). However, this varies depending on the individual and can be affected by factors such as age and visual acuity. Some people may be able to perceive higher frame rates, while others may not be able to perceive as many.
Additionally, the human visual system is not purely temporal, it’s also affected by cognitive, psychophysical, and biomechanical factors. Human perception does not only depend on the frame rate but also depend on motion, brightness, contrast, depth, the field of view, stereo, and other factors. The brain also has the ability to interpolate motion and thus can perceive motion even when the frame rate is slightly lower than 75 Hz.
In general, most people can’t distinguish frame rates above 60 FPS, but it’s also important to remember that frame rate is just one aspect of overall image quality, there are many other factors to consider in creating a pleasing visual experience.