In this age of digitalisation and rapid change in the technology market, quite a few standards are changing, parameters are evolving and overall technology is advancing. However, it is important to keep up with it and educate oneself in order not to fall out of step with technological innovations. Today, we will look at a topic that is still a great unknown. We are, of course, talking about the monitor viewing angle, an element related to the display of the image and the perception of the image by the user. What is it and why is it such an important parameter.
Monitor viewing angle – what should you pay attention to?
For many people, monitor viewing angle is still black magic, but it is simply the right angle at which to look at a monitor so as not to compromise the quality of the displayed image.
It is generally accepted that the centre of the display should be somewhere between eye level and thirty degrees below the line of sight. Anything beyond these parameters for vertical viewing angles can lead to eye fatigue.
Why do you need to pay attention to this when buying?
Quite a few people in their homes watch TV or work without looking straight ahead at the screen, sometimes at an angle. The monitor viewing angle allows you to properly define how big this difference between a person and the screen can be.