The EyeSafety Zone TV has been proposed at a time when many people are spending great proportions of their days in front of various digital displays. What Jung Minjung, Sohn Jaejun and Kim Doyun have thought up is a screen that teaches and encourages relevant ocular health.
Adults will sometimes sit too close to their television sets, but it's children who don't know any better, and for whom this concept has really been developed. The entertainment unit would have built-in sensors that seek out people's pupils and gauge their distances from the illuminated surface. If eyes are detected too closely, the EyeSafety Zone TV will darken to a point that's difficult to discern the moving images, suggesting that you should back up to experience better visual clarity.
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The EyeSafety Zone TV Encourages Kids to Watch From a Suitable Distance
- By: Amelia RoblinJan 6, 2014