Lecture 5: Texture Mapping (36)

So in combination with the Nyquist theorem, is it true that higher resolution screens will lead to higher sampling frequency, thus preventing aliasing for even the most-detailed pictures? In other words, aliasing is probably going to happen more frequently on low-resolution screens?


Aliasing is caused by discrete sampling below the Nyquist frequency so for low res, if you're not sampling enough then yes, you will have more aliasing.

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