2022 Projector FAQ

2022 Projector FAQ

Does the projector hurt your eyes?

The first point to make is that whether you are using a TV, cell phone, tablet or projector to watch a movie, prolonged viewing can cause damage to the eyes, only the degree of damage caused is different.

But in addition to the projector, the three devices are direct light sources into the human eye, while the projector light is diffuse reflection through the wall or curtain before entering the human eye. It is like the difference between looking at the sun directly with your eyes and looking at the moon, of course the reflected light is less harmful to the eyes.

Projectors and TVs, which is more damaging to the eyes?

The degree of damage to the eyes is cell phone > iPad > TV > projector.

Because iPad、TV and phone's light sources are directly into the human eye, while the projector light is diffuse reflection through the wall or curtain before entering the human eye. It is like the difference between looking at the sun directly with your eyes and looking at the moon, of course the reflected light is less harmful to the eyes.

How to choose between projector and TV?

The big screen happiness brought by the projector is beyond your imagination.
In terms of price, projectors can easily experience the joy of 100-inch large-screen TVs, and although TVs also have large-screen options, for Redmi, which is known for its cost-effectiveness, 98-inch large-screen TVs start at  $3000,other brands may be more expensive.

In terms of convenience, the TV needs to be installed in a fixed location, and it is basically impossible to move it later, and the cost of moving it will be very high. If you're renting, every time you move your TV is a nightmare for you. And projectors are really convenient, especially smart projection. You can move and watch wherever you want, living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, as long as you want, you can basically achieve it.

From the perspective of eye protection, the diffuse reflection of the projector is less harmful to the eyes than the direct light of the TV.

In terms of user experience, do you think a 100-inch large screen is the limit? This is actually just the beginning. A smart projector with a slightly better configuration can really bring you the same experience as a home theater. When you get used to the picture of the projector, you will find that it is really great.

Of course, the shortcomings of projectors are also obvious. Products at the same price are not as high-definition as TVs, and the viewing experience in bright environments is relatively poor. The screen will be white and the color is not as good as TVs, so it is suitable for use in low-light environments. .

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