Originally Posted by Fanaticalism
That is quite a bit of work to see if you can "see" something.
Agreed, but that helps a lot of people determine if they're sensitive to it in a store setting, or perhaps at someone's house who has a plasma.
Originally Posted by htwaits
It sure is.
I spend most of my time watching "black colors" with my head and eyes pointed at the upper left corner of my screen while I rapidly shift my eyes back and forth to the opposite corner of the screen.
My wife gives me a hard time because she just doesn't understand what I'm doing.
Perhaps instead of "black colors" I should have instead said a very highly contrasted scene.
Gaming when sensitive to plainbows is an awful experience because you really do trace your eyes all over your screen in a very rapid motion scanning for enemies, objects, moving your crosshairs...
If you're still in denial that this is a disgusting effect, here is a video that demonstrates the green phosphor trails that the camera is able to record at its reletively slow (compared to the human eye) capture speed.http://www.squidoo.com/th42px70
So, to all you naysayers, I say
I wish I could have lived with my 6020 because it was a pain in the butt to pack up and ship back, plus it was cheaper.