Samsung gives innovative products to customers
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.