Dear god that's awesome.
[citation][nom]anamaniac[/nom]Seems like a lot of fun.Love to see a cop stop the guy, not knowing what to ask the guy other than WTF.I would show videos of my favorite pornstar to my city...[/citation]
This is the UK, they're called policemen not cops.
[citation][nom]FlamingGerbil[/nom]Dear god that's awesome.This is the UK, they're called policemen not cops.[/citation]
In Canada, we call them a variety of things such as...
Did I mention useless?
The only good thing a police officer has ever done for me was recommend a restraining order for a friend... they didn't do anything about a pimp/dealer in my neighborhood for years.
[citation][nom]Rab1d-BDGR[/nom]What they fail to tell you is that its only 720p, so I guess its only for "hardcore" console gamers and people who like very low rez gaming.[/citation]
Damn... Well, many PS3/Xbox 360 games are only 720p anyways. If you excuse me, I havo to game on a 2048x1152 monitor that costs more than the Xbox 360 Arcade. =D
@ Rab1d-BDGR...since when was 720p "very low-res"? I'm not sure what you're playing, but as someone pointed many games are 720p. Most tv stations don't broadcast in 720p. About the only people who play games consistently above that resolution are people playing PC games who spend wayyy more than a console costs, and don't typically do much else with the computer except game (ie nothing extremely productive, I realize gaming has its benefits). Outside of that, most (all that i've seen) 720p equipment also does 1080i. The human eye can't even distinguish between 1080i and 1080p after a certain size:distance ratio is exceeded, which don't take very much to exceed. The ability of the eye to see 1080p A person's ability to distinguish small details is described by visual acuity. When individual pixels are barely resolvable, increased resolution brings little benefit for the viewer unless the viewing distance can be shortened or the display enlarged. Thus for 1080p television viewing, there is a minimum size to distance ratio to see a significant benefit. The ability of the eye to resolve 1080p content also depends on the amount of contrast in the picture. For optimum viewing, it is recommended to sit at a distance of approximately three times the diagonal measurement of the screen. So whatever you're doing, it must be 4K if you're calling 720p "very low res".
720p is low res in my opinion. I've got a 1080p projector on a 106" screen. I play my PS3 and PC on it. The PC at 1080p is VERY noticably better than 720p content. Just think 720p is like a glorified 1024x768 from 1999. That extra 300+ lines makes a HUGE difference!
Maybe only PC gamers know the difference since they see the best all the time