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Tuesday, May 13th 2014, 4:26pm

FPS - mouse sensitivity relation still in place?

Title sais it all, is the stupid "mouse sensitivity is tied to your frames per second" still in place or can I finally play the game?
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Of course, this ignores the non-constant cross-sectional first moment of area across the chest as well as non-constant material properties of the boob; it would be difficult to perform a more detailed analysis (as in, I'd have to have a shape function AND I'd need to derive a function for elastic modulus as a function of lateral breast coordinate) but whatever. It's 2am and I'm lazy.


I always believed science should be very hands on experience.

You should also answer this question I had posed in that thread: Would you be willing to pay your surgeon more if he was going to use a chainsaw for the opening incision of surgery? Clearly using a chainsaw isn't truly suited for surgery but that doesn't really matter. If he's "skilled" enough to be able to use the wrong tools of the trade, he should be rewarded for that skill right?


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Tuesday, May 13th 2014, 4:54pm

From my experience, 120FPS offers somewhat higher sensitivity than 60FPS for me.

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