Sam­sung gives in­no­va­tive prod­ucts to cus­tomers

Pakistan Observer - - ECONOMY WATCH -

SALIM AHMED LA­HORE— Sam­sung Elec­tron­ics Co., Ltd., and its cut­tingedge SE790C curved mon­i­tor de­liver a more com­fort­able and less stren­u­ous user view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence than com­pa­ra­ble flat- screen al­ter­na­tives of­fer, ac­cord­ing to the re­sults of a re­cent­ly­completed Har­vard Med­i­cal School study.

The com­plete find­ings of the re­search paper “Com­par­i­son of Flat and Curved Mon­i­tors: Eyestrain Caused by In­ten­sive Visual Search Task” were un­veiled dur­ing the So­ci­ety of In­for­ma­tion Dis­play’s ( SID) an­nual Dis­play Week, held last week in San Fran­cisco. The Har­vard Med­i­cal School re­search team, led by Drs. Eli Peli and Gang Luo, pre­sented its curved mon­i­tor find­ings dur­ing the event’s May 26 Curved and 3D Dis­plays re­search seg­ment.

Through its study, re­searchers from the Schep­ens Eye Re­search In­sti­tute, Mass Eye and Ear at the Har­vard Med­i­cal School aimed to ex­plore the health ef­fects of com­puter screen ex­po­sure and gauge the po­ten­tial to re­duce symp­toms of Com­puter Vi­sion Syn­drome ( CVS) through curved mon­i­tor us­age. Dur­ing its re­search, the Har­vard Med­i­cal School team asked par­tic­i­pants with 20/ 20 or bet­ter near visual acuities to view con­tent on both a 34inch ver­sion of Sam­sung’s SE790C curved mon­i­tor and a com­pa­ra­ble flat- screen al­ter­na­tive.

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