Or at least if their parents decide to buy a new OLED TV from LG with a panel, which has just been certified “safe for eyesight” from and the Eyesafe agency, which aims to reduce blue light emissions in electronic devices. The compliance with the restrictive requirements was confirmed by the inspectors of the independent prestigious TÜV Rheinland center, who took OLEDs from LG to a workshop in July 2019 to check how they are doing in 3 main problem areas, i.e. flickering, blue light emission and image quality. As for the first element, LG managed to successfully complete the test, and moreover, detailed analyzes showed that the OLED panels of this manufacturer are practically flicker-free.
In the next stages it was just as well, because the testers found that OLED TVs from LG Display consist of 34% blue light, which is much less than the 50% threshold for a positive assessment of this element. – While the highest-quality 65-inch LCD panels produce 64% blue light, OLEDs from LG Display can boast half of this result – boasted the manufacturer. There were also no doubts when it comes to image quality, because as reported by TÜV Rheinland: OLED TV from LG Display meets all criteria, including in terms of a wide color range and High Dynamic Range. The company recorded 0.87% and the reflectance category, which is half that of LCD panels.
The new 65-inch display is another step forward, which, according to the company, is a response to the constantly growing awareness and needs of users, as well as the times in which we have recently operated. In recent years, we spend long hours in front of electronic devices, because smartphones, tablets, computers and TVs constantly accompany us in our professional and personal life. What’s more, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we work remotely, watch TV series, play games or browse the Internet for much longer than usual, which in the case of inappropriate screens may have a negative impact on the health of our eyes (estimates for the United States say that we spend up to 13 hours a day in front of screens and it is not to be expected that for Europe they are different). So there is nothing else but to wait for new OLEDs from LG, which will appear on the market this year – also as part of equipment from other manufacturers, because the Korean manufacturer is willing to “share” its matrices.
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