Okay, forget depth perception for one minute (pretend you have only one eye if you must), but with all the jargon surrounding video cameras, scanners, HDTV, etc. - where does human vision rate? How many lines of resolution (400, 600, 1 million) before I cannot tell the difference between a “picture” and reality? Sure, a number of factors play a part in video, frames per second for example, which allows me to gauge whether “movement” is real or not, but a still photo is different.
Will this “resolution” idea eventually become something akin to sunblock (SPF 45, 56, etc) where the added benefit of higher quality is so minute as to be imperceptable?