How many megapixels can the human eye capture?

first_imgOne of the characteristics in which we look more when buying a camera, is in its resolution. Every year, cameras and even those with mobile phones, have many improvements that allow us to capture the most realistic images. However, none of them are able to recreate the image that we can see. Image: iStock To get a camera to capture the same images we see through our eyes, it would have to be 576 megapixels, but even so, the image we would capture would not reach the sharpness we are able to see.A camera, even if it has a good lens and one of the best sensors, cannot be compared with all the complex features and elements that make up an eye. In addition, there are also different factors that affect our vision and that with a camera would be impossible to recreate.Our vision can capture an image of 576 megapixelsAn example of this is the morphology of our eyes. This morphology allows us to correctly see the things that are in front of us at all times, while the surroundings look more blurred. In addition, there are other factors that decrease the quality of our vision at some times, such as the blind spots of our eyes or the part of our nose that makes us always have things in between.That said, we can confirm that the resolution that our eyes capture varies at any moment and that although our vision can capture an image at 576 megapixels, at other points it can be compared with a resolution of only 7. This fact although it may seem a bit odd It has its logic: everything we observe is transmitted directly to the brain and continuously, so even if we see in some moments we see badly, what we perceive is a processed and correct image of reality.center_img One of the things we look at in a camera is its resolutionThe resolution of a camera cannot be compared with that of the eyeslast_img read more

Indian Firms Responsible For Creating 113,000 Jobs in U.S.: Report

first_imgIndian companies have created over 113,000 jobs in the United States, and invested nearly $18 billion in the country, according to a recent report. Indian firms contributed $147 million towards corporate social responsibility and $588 million towards research and development expenditures, the report released by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on Nov. 14, shows.The report, titled “Indian Roots, American Soil” gives a state-by-state breakdown of investments made and jobs created by 100 Indian firms in America and Puerto Rico. In total, these 100 Indian firms employ 113,423 people across 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The total value of tangible investments made by these companies has been over $17.9 billion.The top five states where Indian companies have generated maximum employment are New Jersey (8,572 jobs), Texas (7,271 jobs), California (6,749 jobs), New York (5,135 jobs) and Georgia (4,554 jobs). The top five states where Indian firms contributed the highest foreign direct investment are New York ($1.57 billion), New Jersey ($1.56 billion), Massachusetts ($931 million), California ($542 million) and Wyoming ($435 million).The average amount of investment received from Indian companies per state/territory is $187 million. While 85 per cent of the companies plan to make more investments in the U.S., 87 per cent of them plan to employ more locals in the next five years.“Indian industry and professionals are making significant contributions to the U.S economy,” Navtej Sarna, the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., said, according to a statement released by CII. “The presence and reach of Indian companies continue to grow each year as they invest billions of dollars and create jobs across the United States.” The Director General of CII, Chandrajit Banerjee, said that the story of Indian investment in the U.S. is one that showcases how intertwined the two countries are and that they contribute to each other’s success.Many U.S. politicians welcomed the report. “I hope that Indian companies continue to put down roots and invest in our state (Illinois), as our economy and community are strengthened by their engagement with us,” Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi said.“As the largest India-headquartered multinational in North America, the Tata Group has had operations and investments in the U.S market for many decades,” James Shapiro, Resident Director North America of Tata Sons Ltd., said.According to Ravi Kumar, the President and Deputy COO of Infosys, the firm worked with its first U.S. client over 35 years ago and has aimed to boost American innovation ever since. The work done by Infosys Foundation USA has helped over 4,700,000 students, 13,000 teachers and 21,000 schools across all 50 states in America since 2015, he added. Related ItemsCIIIndian industryUS employmentlast_img read more