Technology continues its expansion into more and more facets of our life. Even churches are increasingly beginning to turn towards electronic communications for help in spreading their message. Emails and social media, for instance, help keep the flock up to date about the church community. But the latest trend is using large television screens that replace traditional bulletin boards. This allows more information to be conveyed using colorful displays and PowerPoint presentations to members.
According to leading ophthalmologists and a recent report from GigaOm’s technology research platform, long-term exposure to blue light after dark can lead to chronic insomnia, and even breast cancer. This blue light however is only given off by devices using Light Emitting Diode (LED). These would include computer monitors, tablets, flat-screen TVs (such as those manufactured by Samsung, Sony, and LG), and OLED TVs with curved screens, including Panasonic, Samsung, and LG.
Have you been thinking about putting a television on your back porch or in a Florida room that is exposed to sunlight? One thing you have to take into consideration is the reflection from your surroundings. Today’s TVs are thinner than ever, bigger than ever and able to produce the most amazing picture. And having a big TV outside lets you watch sports or other favorite show from the pool, deck or sitting on the porch.
It is football season again and it’s time to hit the road in your RV to follow your favorite college or professional team. And tailgating is more fun when you have a television installed on the side of your RV to watch the early games.
As the weather gets warmer more of us are spending time outdoors. But we are not ready to give up watching our TVs. Today’s TVs are thinner than ever, bigger than ever and able to produce the most amazing picture. And having a big TV outside lets you watch sports or other favorite show from the pool, deck or sitting on the porch.
The Microsoft XBox E3 conference kicked off with a huge press conference introducing new games by Microsoft. The presentation was also streamed live to over 1.7 million viewers. See presentation here.
Smartphones and tablets are becoming a common sight these days as almost everyone – including you – has at least one. Speaking of sight, those same mobile devices can take a toll on your eyes, especially if you can’t spend at least an hour without checking on your social media account, catching up on some TV series, or playing your favorite mobile game. You may not become totally blind, but your vision can decline if you’re using your mobile device with an unprotected screen. Thus, you would want to buy a screen protector, and listed below are some reasons why it’s important for your eyes whenever you’re using your mobile device.
With March Madness 2018 being barely a month away, many people are planning how they will follow the games on their TVs so they don’t miss out on the action. We are likely to see some of the top college basketball programs in the tournament this year going head to head for the coveted title. We are also likely to encounter some upsets and surprises, as is characteristic of the March Madness tournament.
There is a lot that goes into planning a Super Bowl party. It requires selecting food and beverages, deciding seating arrangements, positioning the TV just right, sending out invites and so on. The last thing you need is for your TV screen to have an annoying and distracting glare.
The television is the focal point of the entire family room. Most TVs in today’s market strive towards displaying the highest quality images in HD and 4K resolution. But to be able to achieve this goal, manufacturers had to eliminate the matte finish to create a high gloss display that produces ultra bright images. The glossy display, however, is a reflective agent and the glare given off by overhead lights and light coming in from windows are reflected into your eyes. This makes it challenging to see what is on the TV screen. You may find yourself having to constantly adjust your sitting position relative to the TV, or move objects around so they don’t reflect off the TV screen.