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You can't give accurate values to the exact level of brightness needed for optimal reading. There are several factors that affect such things such as type of display, ambient light, type of work, program you are working with. If the brightness is reduced to a minimum, it forces the eyes to exert more strain which would damage the eye as excessive eye strain ...


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Is the blue light emitted by computer monitors deleterious for the human eyes? No. UV from the Sun (or other strong UV sources, such as germicidal bulbs) is harmful. Blue light from a computer monitor or cellphone contains insufficient ultraviolet light to harm the eyes, the problem is that blue light causes the suppression of melatonin which affects the ...


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I think it depends on the brightness of other light in the room. To reduce eye strain you should try to keep your screen at a similar light intensity compared to the rest of the light in the room. A particular study showed that eye strain was increased when watching a bright screen in a dark room. "The result of all this testing and observation was that ...


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