Originally Posted by westa6969
While this issue is very real for the poster it certainly is not an issue for the industry - hence no conclusions as to CAUSE! The Universe of those reporting this are so miniscule that it's unlikely to ever be addressed.
Thx for reply.
I think it will be addresed at some point in future. Some ppl are able to feel discomfort almost right away and some for sure cant. They feel it afterwards without clue where that discomfort came from, it could be : headaches, eyestrain, sinus discomfort, migraines, stress, etc.. Do you know any doctor who will ask you on facts mentioned what sort of tv, monitor, lightning are you using at home, work = none. Ofcoruse its not issue for either industry (they dont care) or health care (they dont know or just dont want to know). When they beggined and stoped to talk about impact of CRT technology on health ? Only for short time after LCD was put on market, do they talk about impact of new source of light on human health now= no.. They just "invented" conclusion, future will show. Talking now about this new technology in matters of health is taboo.
Originally Posted by kcgr
try a bias light experiment by putting a lamp behind the TV. Perhaps the diffusion of indirect light from behind the set will help soften the concentrated light source (the tv).
Tried with different power, different colurs of light, no help for me.
One thing i noticed, when i look at the clean white picture on monitor for me its like another living world for itself,all sorts of things going on there, blinking, groups of smal particles travelling, shadows, waves, hills, furrows... Like i turned on some visualization on winamp
What are usual coating on Plasmas just glass, or they also messing with light dispersion ?