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Farewell to Digital
Eye Strain –
Enjoy an
Easy-on-the-eyes
Experience with OLED

Aug 31, 2020
  • OLED, Natural Reality / Farewell to Digital Eye Strain, A TV is hung on the wall with various drawings, and children's toys are placed on a shelf below it.
  • We spend a lot of time I front of screens daily. / A screen showing marine life is reflected in an eye. We spend a lot of time I front of screens daily. / A screen showing marine life is reflected in an eye.
  • But have you thought about how prolonged exposure to displays can affect eye health? / A boy wearing a headset is playing a screen game with TV screen. But have you thought about how prolonged exposure to displays can affect eye health? / A boy wearing a headset is playing a screen game with TV screen.
  • Displays installed on LCD TVs, computer screens and smartphones release blue light, harmful to the eye. *Statements based on standard TV products. Image for illustrative purposes only. / In a dark room, a TV screen showing a cosmic image is shining brightly. Displays installed on LCD TVs, computer screens and smartphones release blue light, harmful to the eye. *Statements based on standard TV products. Image for illustrative purposes only. / In a dark room, a TV screen showing a cosmic image is shining brightly.
  • Having the highest energy and shortest wavelengths out of all visible light, blue light passes through the cornea and lens, reaching the retina. Such direct exposure can ultimately damage the eye, affecting eye health. *Source: TUV Rheinland® |SO13666 / It shows colors in various areas that can be recognized by the eye. Having the highest energy and shortest wavelengths out of all visible light, blue light passes through the cornea and lens, reaching the retina. Such direct exposure can ultimately damage the eye, affecting eye health. *Source: TUV Rheinland® |SO13666 / It shows colors in various areas that can be recognized by the eye.
  • Since blue light is known to be more harmful for children, it is best for kids' electronics and digital devices to emit as little blue light as possible. *Image for illustrative purposes only. / In the dark night, a boy is using his smartphone under the comforter. The light on the screen illuminates the child's face. Since blue light is known to be more harmful for children, it is best for kids' electronics and digital devices to emit as little blue light as possible. *Image for illustrative purposes only. / In the dark night, a boy is using his smartphone under the comforter. The light on the screen illuminates the child's face.
  • OLED displays emit 50% lower blue light than standard LCD displays. / The LCD panel illuminates the blue light brightly, and the OLED panel illuminates the relatively pale blue light. OLED displays emit 50% lower blue light than standard LCD displays. / The LCD panel illuminates the blue light brightly, and the OLED panel illuminates the relatively pale blue light.
  • That's why OLED displays can offer comfortable visual settings in situations that require focus and attention, whether it is to play games or to take online classes. *Image for illustrative purposes only. / There are two boys in a dark room, one playing a screen game through the LCD panel and the other through the OLED panel. That's why OLED displays can offer comfortable visual settings in situations that require focus and attention, whether it is to play games or to take online classes. *Image for illustrative purposes only. / There are two boys in a dark room, one playing a screen game through the LCD panel and the other through the OLED panel.
  • The logo of UL. / Flicker-free & Low Blue Light Display (OLED) / 50% Below Exempt Blue Light Risk Group Limit / OLED's blue light emission rates were measured 50% lower than the standard (100W/sr/m2) set by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), which led to the leading global safety science company UL issuing a Verification Mark for 'Low Blue Light Display (OLED)'. / *Rates are subject to change under different viewing environments. The logo of UL. / Flicker-free & Low Blue Light Display (OLED) / 50% Below Exempt Blue Light Risk Group Limit / OLED's blue light emission rates were measured 50% lower than the standard (100W/sr/m2) set by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), which led to the leading global safety science company UL issuing a Verification Mark for 'Low Blue Light Display (OLED)'. / *Rates are subject to change under different viewing environments.
  • The logo of TUV Rheinland. / TUVRheinland® CERTIFIED / Eye Comfort Display (OLED), Flicker Free, Low Blue Light Content / www.tuv.com / ID 0217008111 / Blue light emission rates from OLED products also remained under the 50% threshold throughout TUV Rheinland's safety tests, proving their displays to be comfortable to the eye. / *Rates are subject to change under different viewing environments. The logo of TUV Rheinland. / TUVRheinland® CERTIFIED / Eye Comfort Display (OLED), Flicker Free, Low Blue Light Content / www.tuv.com / ID 0217008111 / Blue light emission rates from OLED products also remained under the 50% threshold throughout TUV Rheinland's safety tests, proving their displays to be comfortable to the eye. / *Rates are subject to change under different viewing environments.
  • Images of various coral reefs in the blue sea are shown on the oled 8k screen. Images of various coral reefs in the blue sea are shown on the oled 8k screen.
  • Visible flickers* occur in LCD displays due to backlight scanning and local dimming. Self-emissive OLED displays present crystal-clear, flicker-free visuals. *Visible flickers can be detected when displays are filmed in slow motion using the smartphone camera. (240Hz Refresh Rate, 1/8 Speed) / The same baseball game image is shown on the LCD screen and the OLED screen. Visible flickers* occur in LCD displays due to backlight scanning and local dimming. Self-emissive OLED displays present crystal-clear, flicker-free visuals. *Visible flickers can be detected when displays are filmed in slow motion using the smartphone camera. (240Hz Refresh Rate, 1/8 Speed) / The same baseball game image is shown on the LCD screen and the OLED screen.
  • Although not always visible to the eye, flickers can cause eye fatigue and headaches. However, flicker-free OLED displays can alleviate ocular health-related concerns. / In the living room with a large window overlooking the trees, two children and a father are watching a baseball broadcast through an OLED screen. Although not always visible to the eye, flickers can cause eye fatigue and headaches. However, flicker-free OLED displays can alleviate ocular health-related concerns. / In the living room with a large window overlooking the trees, two children and a father are watching a baseball broadcast through an OLED screen.
  • OLED displays are easy on the eyes, but do not compromise on picture quality. / The father and son are jumping with joy in front of the TV, raising their hands and cheering. OLED displays are easy on the eyes, but do not compromise on picture quality. / The father and son are jumping with joy in front of the TV, raising their hands and cheering.
  • WHY OLED? Maximize Eye Comfort / Without Compromising Screen Time WHY OLED? Maximize Eye Comfort / Without Compromising Screen Time

Our day begins the moment we open our eyes in the morning.
Having to face digital screens day and night, more and more people are showing symptoms of digital eye strain and dry eye syndrome.

How does excessive exposure to display affect the eye?

LCD TVs, computer screens, and smartphones, which accompany our daily lives, emit blue light that affects eye health.
With its higher energy and shorter wavelengths compared to other types of visible light, blue light passes through the cornea and lens, reaching straight to the retina. This direct exposure to light can negatively affect the eye, damaging eye health as a whole.

Prolonged exposure to blue light can also interfere with the body’s melatonin production, causing irregular sleep patterns and weaker immune systems.

Now you may be wondering if there a solution to this blue light problem.
OLED might be your answer.

Verified by official international certification companies for low blue light emission rates, OLED displays release less than 50% of blue light compared to LCD displays.
Blue light emission rates from OLED displays were measured at 50% lower than the standard (100W/sr/m2) set by the International Electrotechnical Commission(IEC). Product safety was further confirmed after receiving the UL Mark for ‘Low Blue Light Display (OLED)’ from the global safety certification company, UL. TÜV Rheinland also certified that blue light emission from LG Display’s products remained under the 50% threshold, ensuring a safe and comfortable viewing experience.

Moving on from blue light, OLED displays also suppress visible flickers – very fast blinking on screen – which causes eye fatigue and headaches. While LCD displays inevitably feature flickers due to backlight scanning and local dimming, self-emissive OLED offers a flicker free display, safe and enjoyable to the eye.

Enjoy more than just a crystal-clear viewing experience with OLED – take care of your eyes too!

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