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OLED, an Eyesafe Certified Display | Tech Review

The sun is shining brightly on the vast grassland.
OLED x Eyesafe

Increased screen time on digital devices may cause negative effects on our eyes. This is why OLED, an Eyesafe® Certified Display, can be the solution to our extended screen time.

World’s First Eyesafe® Certified TV Display (OLED)

A picture of a boat crossing the sea is shown on the 65'' OLED TVs.
A logo of eyesafe and TUV that certificates low blue light. *Applies to 65” OLED TB only
The world’s first ever TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe® Certified television display, was designed to meet Eyesafe requirements for low emission of blue light and optimal color performance. The certification was conducted by leading independent testing and certification firm TÜV Rheinland.


A picture of Justin Barrett, eyesafe CEO.
“It’s a real honor to partner with LG Display on this project… screen time continues to increase at a shocking rate, and we believe it is our responsibility to put the health of consumers first; we are proud to introduce these game-changing solutions that protect eyes at the source.”
Justin Barrett
Eyesafe CEO
A picture of William Trattler, MD of Eyesafe.
“Eyesafe® Certified Display is a new class of displays that have been designed for human health”
William Trattler, MD
World-recognized ophthalmologist and Vision Health Advisory Board member

Reducing Harmful Blue Light

A natural color experience without worrying about high-energy blue light effects to the eye
Large amounts of high-energy visible blue light exposed to the eye may negatively affect ocular health. However, Eyesafe® Certified OLED, by managing light at the source, selectively reduces blue light and to help mitigate the effects of blue light without compromising image quality and color.

The Impacts of Blue Light on Our Health

So why should we discuss blue light?
  • Sleep

    Blue light, whether from the sun or a display, can inhibit melatonin production, reducing both the quantity and the quality of your sleep when exposed at night.

  • Eye Strain

    Looking at screens from digital devices that emit significant amounts of blue light may reduce contrast and can contribute to eye strain.

  • Dry Eyes

    When hyperfocused on a task for a long period of time, blink frequency drastically drops and can lead to dry eyes. This is worse when focused on a screen that emits blue light, and may even contribute to temporary myopia.

  • Developing Eyes

    Eyes aren’t fully developed until mid to late teens. This means children’s eyes are more likely to be sensitive to blue light, and excess screen time may negatively impact eye health.

Experience the Difference

Easy on the eyes without compromising color quality
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The image of a lake in the mountains appears in a yellow tone.
Other filters and common software solutions adjust the blue light by shifting your screen to warmer hues. Eyesafe® Certified OLED reduces high-energy blue light while maintaining color performance and luminance.

OLED as Your Choice to
Protect Ocular Health

Low blue light

Which would you choose between a TV that emits high levels of blue light and a TV that emits low levels of blue light?
Check for the UL and TUV certifications on OLED that stands by the 50% lower blue light levels.

Flicker free

OLED minimizes eye strain by eliminating flicker that can’t be detected by the naked eye. If you’re concerned about you and your family’s eye health, choose UL and TUV-certified OLED.

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