Ay Hartley… si casi nos habías convencido de que te habías vuelto un chico bueno!
Más allá de que el tío sea una verdadera joya, es cierto que últimamente con tanto Slow-Motion, muchas cosas parecen mucho peor de lo que en realidad son, o intencionales cuando en realidad solo han sido accidentes.
Y no lo digo yo, ¡que hasta hay estudios de esto!
“When determining responsibility for harmful actions, people often consider whether the actor behaved intentionally. The spread of surveillance cameras, “on-officer” recording devices, and smart-phone video makes it increasingly likely that such judgments are aided by video replay. Yet, little is known about how different qualities of the video, such as replay speed, affect human judgment. We demonstrate that slow motion replay can systematically increase judgments of intent because it gives viewers the false impression that the actor had more time to premeditate before acting. In legal proceedings, these judgments of intent can mean the difference between life and death. Thus, any benefits of video replay should be weighed against its potentially biasing effects”