What is the resolution of the human eye?
The human eye is a digital sensor and no real resolution, but the detail of each analog image can be aligned with a specific resolution.
Popular Science YouTube channel Vsauce analyze the resolution of the human eye with detailed reasoning. Effective resolution of the average human eyes (of the field) is about 576 MP, which sounds impressive. Include factors such as the visible nose (and eyeglass frames for some) that eliminates the brain, the resolution dropped significantly, but that’s not all.
Most acute vision area, located near the center of the visual field actually has a resolution of only 7 MP. The video gives a clear picture that the human eye is not nearly as perfect as having mass public opinion.