5) "Enjoy long hours of play with less eye fatigue - Auto Colour Temperature adjustment gradually lowers image tone intensity from blue to red hues for hours of smooth viewing
Can anyone point me to an URL which backs Sony's claim for a need for this, based on science?
Or are they simply making stuff up as they go along?
Hmm, I wonder if it went down a little like this:
Sony marketer A, "Hey B, what did the survey show were the top complaints of HMZT1 owners?"
Sony marketer B, "Besides visible pixel structure and motion judder, the top complaint is physical fatigue and eye strain when using it for anything long, like a movie."
Sony marketer A, "Well, since there's no real way to address that without a complete redesign costing millions in R&D, lets 'fix it' on T2 with a strawman solution. Ideas?"
Sony marketer B, "Having some sort of an 'Auto Color
Correction Gizmo' has always sold well over the years. Why not now?"
Sony marketer A, "Sounds good to me; make it so
! Be sure you mention 'For hours
of smooth, happy viewing' in the bullet point."Edited by m. zillch - 8/30/12 at 8:43am