visual fatigue


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Related to visual fatigue: asthenopic

fatigue, visual

A feeling of weariness resulting from a visual task. It can be of ocular, muscular or psychic origin. However, there does not seem to be objective proof of a reduction in visual aptitude (e.g. visual acuity) accompanying visual fatigue. See asthenopia.
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We believe that the same mechanisms with the rising activating system form the basis of development of physiological processes of visual fatigue with dissociation of functional state of visual system and visual work productivity in PC.
The advertisements focus on a variety of eye health issues, educating consumers on topics ranging from eye disease to children's vision and school performance to visual fatigue.
No Color Breakup" - since this technology simultaneously projects three full-time red, green and blue images, there is no color breakup or "rainbow effect" to potentially cause viewers eyestrain or visual fatigue.
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The VBrick solution addressed the university's needs for a plug-and-play system to run affordably on the existing campus data network, as well as minimize visual fatigue to an audience that relies heavily on visual details within the streamed images.
But, increased use of smaller, portable work and recreational gadgets such as Personal Digital Assistants, laptops, and cell phones used for text messaging and Web access may also be contributing factors to the visual fatigue and discomfort experienced by millions, according to a leading expert.
As a result of the unique VisuaLABS technical approach, there is no added eyestrain nor visual fatigue involved in using the displays, making them attractive to some of the key market segments, CAD/CAM users and high end designers.
Additionally, since 3LCD technology simultaneously projects three full-time red, green and blue images, there is no color breakup or "rainbow effect" that may cause eyestrain or visual fatigue.