for ergonomic immersion
The video shows the Curved display against on the scenery of the lake.
Cinematic experience
Why are viewers more immersed in to a movie when they are watching it at a theater as opposed to a living room? The secret to such difference is in the Field of View(FOV) which is positively correlated to the size that an object appears to human eye. Because of its structure, Curved TV has a much larger FOV than Flat TV thus appearing much larger to its viewers. This effect delivers the immersive viewing experience making every scene appearing on your living room TV feel more real like in theaters.
The image shows the Expanded Field of View of Curved display.
Less distortion
Ancient Greek architects well understood the visual distortion triggered by human eyes. So, the temple was actually built with a curved shape to make it appear flat. Because eyes are spherical, the shapes of flat objects actually appear distorted when reflected on the
round-shaped retina.
The image shows the curved shape Ancient Greek architecture.
The infographic shows the curved object appears flat when reflected on the round-shaped retina.
Superior contrast
Curved TV offers much better contrast throughout
the screen than Flat by equalizing viewing
distances from center and edges to the viewer.
Now you don’t have to miss out on any details
from your favorite motion picture no matter
where they might be on the screen.
The image shows zebras on both Flat and Curved TVs. The color on the edges of the Flat TV is distorted and the Curved TV has better contrast.
Improve office environment
There are plenty of ways that people get distracted at the office. Workers are often faced with a torrent of daily email, fellow co-workers talking loudly and ringing phones. Solutions to help workers be more efficient, and therefore more productive and happy, are required and the study found that choosing the right computer monitor can make a big difference.
The woman is using Curved monitor.
Vertical Liquid Crystal(LC) alignment
Liquid Crystal(LC) Alignment, the fundamental
technology in LCD, determines how much light travels
from the backlight unit to viewers’ eyes.
The Vertical Alignment(VA) secures the LC in your
display in a vertical position to firmly withstand pressure
from curvature and accurately control traveling lights. Opposite from VA, Non-VA type has horizontal
alignment of LC which doesn’t provide enough support
to keep the LC aligned inside Curved Display.
Failure in controlling the amount of light leads to
degraded color expression and contrast ratio which are
critical to displays.
Two adjacent images show the scenery of the mountain. VA TYPE shows better color expression and contrast ratio than the NON-VA TYPE.
Pure color expression
Experience the purest of colors. In order to express color, every display needs a color filter that holds three
primary colors of light(red, green, blue). Each color pixel
is aligned with its designated LC compartment in order
to maximize color fidelity. For instance, if the viewer is intended to watch red, the LC in the red pixel’s
compartment opens to allow light to pass while other compartments’ LC remain closed.
See how this color technology has evolved with the introduction of Curved TV.
Two adjacent images show the close up of the flower. Curved color filter shows the vivid color and conventional color filter shows distorted color.
Curves for comfort
When designing your home interior, shouldn’t the most important consideration be around comfort? The great Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi once said, “The straight line belongs to men, the curved one to God.” Indeed,
every majestic creation of God takes the curved
shape—nothing was created perfectly flat in nature. Invite the beauty and comfort of God’s work to your home and make it feel like you are truly home.