100 thoughts on “How a TV Works in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

  1. How is this possible to make and connect each 0.2mm pixel though , insane the amount of perfection needed to have this tech

  2. It's incredible. It's inception like a dream inside a dream inside a dream…😉
    I am wondering why you have only 12M subs…. You should actually have as many as TVs on the planet.

  3. You can see the pixels if you also look at the tv with binoculars but you have to look in the wrong end not the zoom end but the end that makes things look smaller. I don't understand how it works but it does you can test it.

  4. Zaten her pixelin işleyişini görebilseydik sıkıntı olurdu. çünkü yavaş çekikde pixel sayısını rahatça görüyorum ancak başımda ağrı artışı oluyor.

  5. How fast does this happen relative to thought/perception? Is a person's speed of thought slowed down when they experience media, to give it time to draw? The reason I ask is that there are limits to how fast art can be created, especially INTERACTIVE media, like video games. One thing you didn't mention in the video that I saw, was that on the CRT/NES, EVERY line was redrawn, whether or not the image remained static, and yet, on the 4k LED TV/XBOX, only the parts of the image that were changing were redrawn, and everything else kind of just stayed pumping out light on the screen. Maybe that's why the world is so hot, today. An art processing measure with benefits AND drawbacks?

  6. I thought Cathode Ray Tube TVs were interlaced? But from the slow Mo video it looks like each line is drawn sequentially after the other? There doesn't appear to be any scanlines.

  7. Been a while since I heard the annoying sound of a CRT TV, so glad that those times have passed!
    Someone else also constantly hears like a "beep" whenever a CRT is on?

  8. i knew this stuff but to see it up close like this was amazing – seems hard to believe a CRT can draw all those lines so quick that we dont see a black screen

  9. Can't wait until OLED technology becomes the standard like how LED LCD is now, cheap and common place. I paid $819AUD for my 4k 40" 60hz monitor, its great for the price but back-light bleed is terrible!

  10. I used to own a giant 85" box tv (crate tv) that instead of having millions of RGB lights it had a only 3 big RGB spotlights (one for each color) in the back that would reflect off the light levels projected to the screen. The green spotlight had a tendency to go out so we'd be playing PS2 midnight club 3 dub edition remix with a redish screen with blue marks. We had to replace the green spotlight 6 times because the midnight club was a very green consuming game 😂.

    Just looked it up, it's called a rear-projection tv. It uses light patterns and synchronizes the projection to a certain spot at a certain time, apperently these were really popular as gaming TV's because it gave better fps than a standard box TV.

  11. So really the only things that have changed about tvs since they were invented is; different light source, and more pixels…

  12. Remember the first time you looked at a CRTV super close as a kid, and saw all the red, green and blue rectangles, and then your parents barked at you to get away before you fried your eyeballs? For me that made it seem like the rgb pixels were this magic secret you werent allowed to look at.

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