Dell is using the occasion of the 2019 Computex exhibition in Taiwan this week to showcase a unique feature on its newest computers, which it is first to market with: the Dell Eyesafe display. The display is said to synergistically manage RGB hardware and software parameters to provide users protection from high-energy blue-light emissions without distorting color reproduction on the screen. It will be also be demonstrated at mid-June’s E3 show in Los Angeles.
CEO and founder of Healthe, the developer of Eyesafe Display technology, Justin Barrett, gave the press a sneak preview of it in New York City last month at a Dell event. He explained that blue light, being of short-wavelength intensity, tricks the eyes and the body’s melatonin levels, and can set off what he said were “domino effects” issues, including digital eye strain – as well as long-term health issues, with chronic exposure.