The right distance between the eye and the TV
The right distance protects against eyestrain while viewing.
The German Journal of Technology Connect pointed out that there should be an adequate distance between the eyes and the TV, to avoid eyestrain while watching.
She explained that the minimum distance between the eye and the TV is calculated by multiplying the screen size by 1.5, for devices with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels (UHD), and by (3) for devices with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD).
The product is the sitting distance in centimeters.
If the diameter of the TV screen is 65 inches, the distance between the eye and the screen should not be less than 2.40 meters for Full HD resolution, while this distance should not be less than 1.20 meters with UHD resolution of the same size.
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