Samsung Neo QLED and QLED TVs Now Certified for Low Vision Care by TÜV Rheinland


TUV Rheinland has certified models in Samsung Electronics’ 2023 Neo QLED and QLED portfolio for ‘Low Vision Care.’ This accreditation is given to items that comply with criteria meant to help viewers suffering from amblyopia, a kind of visual impairment, by improving picture presentation and vision detection. Samsung developed Relumino Mode to improve the viewing experience for consumers with various types of low vision. This mode enhances specific parts of videos, such as highlighting outlines and improving contrast and sharpness, to make it easier to discern content on the screen and follow the actions.

Amblyopia, often known as lazy eye, affects roughly 3% of children, making it one of the most prevalent poor vision issues in childhood. In most cases of amblyopia, a child’s brain rejects signals from one eye, resulting in the development of only pathways to the other eye. Along with this certification, Samsung screens have received “Circadian Rhythm Display” and “Eye Care” certification from Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE), as well as glare-free validation from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for technologies that provide a safer, more comfortable viewing experience.

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TUV Rheinland, a major worldwide certification agency, bestows its ‘Low Vision Care’ accreditation after assessing how technology affects the user experience for persons with amblyopia. It runs a series of tests to see how standard display settings and Relumino Mode vary in terms of clarity, sharpness, and overall visual comfort. Pantone also awarded it the ‘Pantone Validated’ and ‘Skin Tone Validated’ certifications, marking that approved Samsung screens fulfill the organization’s criteria.

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The set of accreditations demonstrates how innovation can positively affect customer experiences with technology and validates Samsung’s worldwide TV leadership over the past 17 years.

Seok Woo Yong, EVP and Deputy Head of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics, stated, Technological innovation gains true meaning when it is available to everyone, so we’re thrilled to receive this certification that underscores our work to build features to make viewing more accessible. Under Samsung’s mission of ‘Screens Everywhere, Screens for All,’ we will continue to deliver premium screens that cater to the needs of every viewer.”

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