BenQ has launched a new eye care monitor in India which is equipped with Low Blue Light Plus and Brightness Intelligence technology that allow users to enjoy high quality audio-visual content without hurting their eyes. The Brightness Intelligence Technology detects the amount of ambient light in the viewing environment and automatically adjusts the brightness for the most comfortable viewing experience possible. Also Read - Facebook for Android will soon get dark mode and coronavirus tracking featureAlso Read - Scientists develop soft contact lens that can zoom with a blink
“More than ever, we now need technology that protects our eyes and takes overall screen viewing experience to the next level,” Rajeev Singh, Managing Director, BenQ, India, said. The 27-inch Rs 17,500 EW2775ZH monitor has AMVA+ (Advanced Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment ‘Plus’) panel, full-HD resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. Also Read - Increasing smartphone usage may be resulting in growing horns on our skull; research suggests
The monitor features true 8-bit colour (no dithering) and light matte screen surface with Ultra high 3000:1 native contrast ratio and offers Smart Focus and Cinema Mode.
Other specifications include 6-axis colour adjustment with the AMA (Advanced Motion Acceleration) pixel overdrive feature and connectivity ports include two HDMI 1.4 ports, VGA and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The monitor also houses two speakers (2-Watt each).
The revolutionary programmable electronic glasses can help improve vision in children just as well as the more traditional treatment using eye patches, a new study on lazy eye disease has found.
This digital patch is the first new effective treatment for lazy eye in half a century. Lazy eye, also called amblyopia, remains the most common cause of visual impairment in children. Amblyopia is poor vision in an eye that did not develop normally during early childhood. The child needs to receive treatment by the age of eight or so while their eyes and brain are still developing or he or she could become blind in the weaker eye.