Originally Posted by Danironimo
Hey, mcoach, do you have light colored eyes? If you do I think we both might suffer from photophobia:
Nope, there goes DUkes theory... I have brown eyes
Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U
I think this thread makes no sense whatsoever.
First, the OP says florescent lighting is the issue but then he goes on to say he had the same issue with plasma technology that has no backlighting of any kind.
OT : Plz, dont be selfish. Try search on internet regarding eye strain. There is no explanation, no clue, no solution just questions of ppl in pain = no one seems to care. We are only small group of people for big monitor/tv market. We are not important to either health care or manufacturer, sorry for asking help. Only because of no explanation there is crossed facts like that. PPl here are not writing nonsenses, they only search for help .
Originally Posted by 8mile13
He should try bias-lighting (and sunglasses
Maybe these threads
are of any help
. But like with all threads on this subject there is only unanswered questions, no conclusions..
Back to topic.
I buyed Acer G245H monitor and i was able to use it for like 10mins after that my eyes were burning, my mind was blocking ideas, i couldnt even able to focust to reply on some topic .. Returned to shop ..
I buyed DELL Ultrasharp 2412HM, i was able to watch it for one hour more only if i hooked it up with VGA cable, on DVI cable it gaved me similar consequences like with G245H. Does anoynoe know whats the main difference in "picture" or monitor behaving between VGA and DVI cable ?
I also noticed that i cant watch either 22"/27"/30" monitor from DELL(IPS)..
So i have problem with CCFL, LED backlighting spiced up with LCD or IPS
Both of them have very aggresive coating, one matt(dell) and one glossy (Acer). Luckily i searched internet before buying monitor regarding eye strain on acer or dell
= i didnt...
One more thing to make things even more complicated, Danironimo do you smoke (cigarettes) ore any of you with problems, I do ?