Preferred position of visual displays relative to the eyes: a field study of visual strain and individual differences.

@article{Jaschinski1998PreferredPO,
  title={Preferred position of visual displays relative to the eyes: a field study of visual strain and individual differences.},
  author={Wolfgang Jaschinski and Hubertus Heuer and H. Kylian},
  journal={Ergonomics},
  year={1998},
  volume={41 7},
  pages={1034-49}
}
At office workplaces equipped with visual display units (VDU) that were adjustable to various positions relative to the eyes short and long viewing distances from the eyes to the screen were imposed (mean value of about 63 and 92 cm) at two levels of screen height so that the visual target was either at eye level or 18 cm below, on the average. The change from far to near viewing distance produced a larger increase in eyestrain when the VDUs were at eye level. High screens resulted in greater… CONTINUE READING

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