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Do you normally have another source of light when using your computer at night?

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User Info: FFVII_REMAKE

FFVII_REMAKE
1 month ago#1
Do you normally have a source of light when using your computer at night? - Results (102 votes)
Yes
76.47% (78 votes)
78
No
20.59% (21 votes)
21
Not sure/no comment/dont care
2.94% (3 votes)
3
This poll is now closed.
Not your computer screen, but like a lamp, room light, night light, etc.

User Info: Terantatek

Terantatek
1 month ago#2
Standing floor lamp + counter table lamp + multiple LED sources
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User Info: 1337toothbrush

1337toothbrush
1 month ago#3
Yes, room light. I preferred no light as a teen, but now it doesn't feel right.
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User Info: CursedPanther

CursedPanther
1 month ago#4
Is it scientifically proven that using an LCD screen in a dark room for prolonged hours will cause further sight damage compared to the same scenario but in a well lit room?

User Info: randomoaf

randomoaf
1 month ago#5
Nope.

User Info: thelocalhentai

thelocalhentai
1 month ago#6
Just the keyboard and maybe the hallway light but nothing else in the room, not always though.

User Info: daemon_dan

daemon_dan
1 month ago#7
CursedPanther posted...
Is it scientifically proven that using an LCD screen in a dark room for prolonged hours will cause further sight damage compared to the same scenario but in a well lit room?

Actually, neither causes permanent eye damage. However, pretty sure it IS scientifically proven that looking at an LCD screen in a no-light situation causes more eye fatigue. Which just translates to your eyes being tired, and can be recovered rapidly
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User Info: RyanEsau

RyanEsau
1 month ago#8
Room is lit but my desk area is pretty much dark.

Just saw about Bias Lighting though recently from a Techquickie video and plan to set up with some bias lighting of my own when I can.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kT1yOKlt-pM

If it helps my eyes, then I'm all for it.
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User Info: MMG_

MMG_
1 month ago#9
Sometimes, if I'm having a meal I'll leave the light on.

Actually I only leave everything off if I'm playing video-games.
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User Info: Galcian

Galcian
1 month ago#10
I have usb lamp beside me
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