Whether it’s in a crowded subway car, in front of a table full of delicious food, or in a bustling venue, where there are people, there must be a mobile phone with a bright screen.
Why are we more and more inseparable from mobile phones?
What’s more than cell phones?
TV, notebook computer, tablet computer, desktop LCD, vehicle navigation and entertainment display are all changing the way of communication and contact with the world. Online dating, competitive video games, work and study are all inseparable from the size of the screen, we live in the era of fast-paced electronic screen. And more and more dependent on the display screen, the pursuit of a larger screen and more sophisticated picture
T Ü Liu Xiqiang, general manager of electronic and electrical products services of V Rhine Greater China, introduced when he released the white paper on Blu ray management of electronic display products——
“1195 accepted t Ü Less than 1% of the respondents in the V Rhine survey spent less than an hour using the screen every day, while most of them were kidnapped by various screens for more than 10 hours.
But if you use your eyes too much, your eyes will dry, shed tears, and even have high intraocular pressure. You all know that you need to watch less mobile phones and computers and have more rest to reduce the damage of LCD to your eyes. So, can projection reduce the damage to the eyes, and how long is it appropriate?
Is there a technology or product that can not only guarantee the picture quality, but also reduce the damage to eyesight?
T Ü V lane has been focusing on the impact of electronic display products on eyes and health. If you don’t have time to choose, it’s much easier to know the low Blu ray certification mark. The low blue light certification mark represents that an optimal technical balance has been achieved between the performance of display products and the health of users. The picture will not be distorted due to the yellow color, and the eye health will not be harmed due to the increase of high-energy visible blue light emission.
At present, many mainstream display brands such as Dell, HP, ASUS, Lenovo, BenQ and Samsung have passed the t-test Ü V Rhine certified products, convenient for consumers to choose. In order to make it easier for consumers to understand which security features are included in the monitor they buy, t Ü V Rhine has developed different testing standards for monitors to help manufacturers emphasize product design functions and make it easier for consumers to see what eye protection features the monitors have with the help of certification marks.
In 2014, t Ü V Rhine is the world’s first to introduce low Blu ray detection and certification requirements into the display industry, and constantly guide the display industry to improve harmful Blu ray management solutions.
Liu Xiqiang introduced: “based on the current international applicable standards and industry general standards, t Ü V Rhine global technology center has carried out a large number of experiments on several problems that display affects the eyes: blue light, flicker, reflection, glare, etc., and developed customized screen safety test methods and standards according to the needs of different types of users, including low blue light, non flicker frequency, eye comfort, gamut (color accuracy) and curved screen, etc. ”
Get t Ü V Rhine certification means that the display has passed the strict test and meets the relevant safety requirements, so consumers can reduce their doubts and buy at ease.
September 2021, t Ü V Rhine and health have jointly formulated the first set of blue light filter certification standards for digital equipment screen accessories in the world. Taking “retinal protection factor” as the main consideration, it is applicable to optical film, anti blue light glasses and other display products that can reduce harmful blue light. The scientific methods for detecting and evaluating the anti blue light effect are summarized, Guide consumers to choose high quality anti blue film or anti blue glasses. T Ü V Rhine also plans to launch a global low blue light committee to develop blue light management standards to promote the R & D and production of low blue light eye protection products, and to contribute to protecting the health of users’ eyes.
By the way, are your mobile phones, tablets, computers all qualified?